Some Thoughts on Mystical Experiences

Yesterday I went for a walk by the lake, and I had a mystical experience—that’s what I am calling it anyway. Today, it is a little harder to see it that way. I walked over to my favorite spot by the lake where there is a stone bridge at just the right height for me to hold onto as I look out at the water. If I look down, I get discouraged by the trash that is trapped by a large grate just in front of the bridge. Every time I go, I tell myself that I need to🔒

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Amy Kesegich attends Cleveland (Ohio) Meeting.

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