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How to live a spiritual life in a busy world. Growing spiritually to gain union with God.
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How About Lying: Are There Good Lies?

Again, Saint Dorotheos offers us great insight, this time on the topic of lying.

Dealing with Resentment

How often does it happen that after we have a disagreement with someone and we have apologized and repented, that we still have lingering within us a seed of resentment? What happens when this is the case? The next time we run into conflict with them

Why We Should Blame Ourselves

Saint Dorotheos give us a most difficult teaching. He says,



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