Prayables Prayer Blogs and Articles

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"Always a joy to wake up to the intriguing ideas you all so eloquently express!" 
-Sharon S.

Where does a woman go for interesting spiritual insight? The popular Prayables are a meeting place for writers and readers to come together. Whether the blog is funny, serious or somewhere in between, there's always a lively exchange of ideas, customs and religious practices. Topics range from menopause to meditation, with scary nun stories and reflections on pop culture ala Ziggy Marley.

The  feature is a new twist on the old style prayer request. Prayables takes an innovative approach to intercessory prayers through prayer journalism. Other prayer sites use technology to manage a contributor's prayer request online. We take the automation out of it. A real live human being, talks to the person in need, listens to their story and writes an in-depth human interest blog.

A prayer completes every blog post and offers readers a chance to take action; to pray on the spot.

 

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Spiritually Healthy

posted by Prayables | Thursday, March 27, 2014

Spiritually Health Get rid of what enslaves you. Find spiritual health and well-being by discovering personal freedom. Don't be defeated by your life circumstances. Here's how to change your life for good. Inspired by Rabbi Karyn Kedar's new book, "Omer: A Counting" Written by Susan Diamond, ...

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Today's Spiritual Quote
Today's Spiritual Quote
There's a song that one sings called "Shalom Aleichem/ Welcome to Peace"...a song of welcome to the angels--which come in to help you keep the Sabbath, to protect you for this holy twenty-four hours during which you pull yourself out of the world and you come in to the "divine presence." end quote
-Joan Borysenko
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