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Priestess of Delphi, by John Collier. Public domain image courtesy of Wikimedia.
To hallow is “to make holy or sacred, to sanctify
or consecrate, to venerate”. (Wikipedia)
It’s a fine time for drawing up insight and guidance from the depths, and sustenance from our very roots.
Yesterday, I had the privilege and joy of giving the Sunday lesson for a wonderful group here on this very topic — deep roots, and the power of blessing.
But first … if ‘to hallow’ is ‘to make holy or sacred, to sanctify or consecrate, to venerate,’ …
What might we want to ‘make holy’, sanctify, consecrate, bless, or venerate?
What might we be, by default, venerating or worshipping that might not be worthy of that devotion…
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