Tag Archives: Prayer as Frustration

Let the Deep Currents Flow

“There was a time when I thought of my prayers as some kind of lottery. I might get lucky on a few of my scratch- board prayers and clock up a few ticks, as if I were checking God off … Continue reading

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Return to Sender?

One commentator noted that the loss of faith in Franz Kafka was “a burden he could only live with by transforming it into art” (Hans Eichner, Four German Writers). Thus in his novel, “The Castle,” he writes about a message … Continue reading

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