Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Something about prayer

Lord's Prayer in Persian (Farsi)

Prayer is neither black magic nor is it a form of a demand note. Prayer is a relationship. The act of praying is more analogous to clearing away the underbrush which shuts out a view than it is to begging on the street. There are many different kinds of prayer. Yet all prayer has one basic purpose. We pray not to get something, but to open up a two-way street between us and God, so that we and others may inwardly become something.

-- John Heuss


  1. hi dear
    im an iranian teacher
    i sow picture in your post
    it wraite in my language farsi-persian
    i have very greate time in your web
    come to my web

  2. Hello, Fatyma. Thank you so much for visiting. I did go to your website and it is beautiful. I wish I could read it! You are obviously doing some delightful projects with your students.

    Please come again. I would like to get to know you better!

    Or you can go to my complete profile where you will find my email address.

    May you be blessed.


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