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  • This life you have given us
    is so tiny, fragile, and vulnerable,
    safe in the womb of flesh and hope…


    Adapted from "Prayers of Our Hearts" © 1991 Vienna Cobb Anderson. Reprinted with permission of the author.
  • I arise today
    Through the strength of heaven;
    Light of the sun...


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