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How Do You Pray? Inspirational Responses from Lovers of Humanity

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How we pray is as diverse as each being on our planet. What do we say? Do we even need to speak? What of our thoughts?

How do you express your prayer? Do you know when you pray?

Prayer is not necessarily done at a specific time or in a special place.

How you pray is unique to YOU. Are you even aware of when and how you pray? We pray more than we realize. How do YOU pray?

Healers, Activists & Other Lovers of

Humanity (Monkfish Book Publishing, July 2014) was born from a

vision in which Celeste Yacoboni was guided to ask the world, “How

do you pray?” She reached out to family and friends, then to leading

figures from all walks of life and schools of thought. Culled from

those responses is an original and deeply personal collection of

prayers, essays, and offerings that encourages readers to contemplate

the intention of prayer in their own life.

Composed essentially of prayers and short biographies of its 129

contributors (leaders of diverse spiritual and religious traditions

ranging from Buddhism to Islam to Christianity, as well as those who

do not claim any particular walk of faith), How Do You Pray? is an

interspiritual prayer book and resource guide to an emerging global

spirituality, which embraces our religious and spiritual diversity.

Contributors include Brother David Steindl-Rast, Matthew Fox,

Gregg Braden, Dan Millman, Huston Smith, Byron Katie, Marianne

Williamson, Margaret Starbird, Lama Surya Das, Andrew Harvey,

Terry Tempest Williams, Alex Grey, Masaru Emoto, Arvol Looking

Horse, Patch Adams, Roshi Joan Halifax, Rabbi Zalman Schacter-

Shalomi, Rabbi Rami Shapiro, Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, James O’Dea,

Hank Wesselman, Fr. Bede Griffiths, and many other luminous

voices of spirit.

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