Two into one: the evidence trial

sanative
san·a·tive
ˈsanətiv/
adjective
archaic

  1. conducive to physical or spiritual health and well-being; healing.

 

If you will, set aside a period of time so that you may exercise both body and spirit together as one with humility and genuine seeking. Mysteries may be revealed.

If true, you may have gained something unspeakably beautiful, for no words may describe it.

If false, you will have lost only a period of time, but if you were obedient for your period of time, you will have still gained better health and a stronger will for your next challenge.

 

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Two into one: the evidence trial

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