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Finding Jesus in stillness and silence

HONG KONG (SE): Speaking to an audience of about 300 people at St. Francis of Assisi College in Fanling on January 27, Benedictine Father Laurence Freeman, director of the World Community for Christian Meditation (WCCM), asked people to picture a roomful of kindergarten children, sitting in a perfect lotus position, meditating in stillness and silence. 
He recently witnessed this incredible scene in Myanmar.
 
The children were meditating naturally, he said, immersed as they were in the contemplative culture of Buddhism.

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Pray as a human not a machine

HONG KONG (SE): “Some say security, some say comfort, some say love,” Catherine Cheung, from the St. Anne’s Meditation Group at Stanley, reflected in response to a question posed by the leader of the World Community for Christian Meditation, Father Laurence Freeman, at St. Francis of Assisi in Sham Shui Po on January 22.

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Three-pronged vision

HONG KONG (SE): “The mystery of life is not about human perfection; it is about faith and being humble enough to open the door for God’s abundant grace to flow in,” Father Laurence Freeman said at a gathering sponsored by the World Community for Christian Meditation Hong Kong at the Honeyville Retreat House from September 12 to 13.

A Benedictine priest from Ealing Abbey in London, England, Father Freeman has dedicated his life to the practice and teaching of Christian meditation.

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