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  • Father of the fatherless, you give your children a home in which to dwell; and like a loving mother you gather us into your household…


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  • May they learn to worship You in spirit, for You are spirit, and You have created us in Your image with spirit...


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Don't be afraid of doing good. It's another name for happiness, for all that is dear and delightful--this phrase "doing good." Whoever would live well, Long lasting, bringing bliss-- Let him be generous, be calm, And cultivate the doing of good. By practicing these three, These three bliss-bringing things, The wise one lives without regret His world infused with happiness. end quote
-Itivuttaka Sutta
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