- Contributed by Stephen Goldiamond Stephen Goldiamond
On October 3, 2007 our small group took charge of Weekly Chapel service. We chose “Meditation” as our topic. We dealt with four different forms of meditation; Christian Meditation, Reading for Meditation, Silent Meditation which is called “Meisou” in Japan and Walking Meditation.
Our small group consists of six people; representing Germany, Korean, Japan and America. We represent different faiths as well. Holding weekly chapel together was a beautiful experience as we worked together to transcend culture, language and religious background. I believe that becoming one despite our cultural differences brought about a very solemn and reflective atmosphere during weekly Chapel.
We had a wonderful experience via the opportunity to connect with God through the power of meditation! Wow! It is super duper amazing to know that God is UNLIMITED and that we can CONNECT with Him in more than one way.
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