Daily Prayable: What Doesn't Kill Us... - Sunday, January 9, 2011
If I ever needed You before, I surely need You right now. It is too much pain for me to bear, I can't make it without You. Please hear my prayer:
Thank You for being my anchor, nothing can move me today. Thank You for making me sensitive, I know it will be okay. You are inside of me. My spirit will be quiet and at peace.
- Brenda Scott
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"Theatre is all about empathy," I said. "Theatre gets people to sit down and be quiet long enough to imagine what it would be like to be in someone else's shoes. I've seen and read so many plays that have helped me understand that people I thought were completely different from me actually go through a lot of the same experiences...
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Sunday 9th january 2011
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