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This Blog is named after an ancient gnoseological riddle which hints hidden, disseminated, omnipresent wisdom.
I invite you to search, listen and observe with me for "the word of tree, whisper of stone, and humming together of the abyss and stars."


Prayers Blowing In The Wind

This Sunday
will be the first day of the year 2012.
How do you want to start this New Year?
I invite you to open it in worship and with prayer!
Yet, they would not be just ordinary worship and prayers.
Join us in searching together for new forms and expressions.
Come to experience worship which transcends the medium of language.
Experience a prayer that can be so much more than just a theistic dialogue.
Help us to form a prayer which will permeate and chime in with the creation.
Psalm 104 is a marvelous and often missed and neglected creation hymn.
Surprising archaic poetical images celebrate the world and its creator.
One metaphor will lead us to prayers which can permeate the world,
and to a worship which engages more than just our hearing,
to a worship which fosters creativity and imagination,
and seeks harmony and peace for our world.
Our biblical text will be Psalm 104:4a;
we will embrace the ancient practice
of Tibetan prayer flags.
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And here are some pictures from our actual worship on 2012-01-01:

And after being asked by some neighbours and members who were not present on the New Year's service, we posted this explanation.

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