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Dance is the first, most ancient, and most enduring form of religion.
Diarmuid O’Murchu, Quantum Theology: Spiritual Implications of the New Physics,
If you are alive, you are on a sacred path.
Jamie Sams, Dancing the Dream, p 3.
Religion, like any other human activity, is often abused, but at its best it helps human beings to cultivate a sense of the sacred inviolability of each individual, and thus to mitigate the murderous violence to which our species is tragically prone. Religion has committed atrocities in the past, but in its brief history secularism has proved it can be just as violent. …Secular aggression and persecution have often led to a heightening of religious intolerance and hatred.
Karen Armstrong, Islam: A Short History
‎”To touch the soul of another human being is to walk on holy ground.”
Stephen R. Convey

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