Religion is one topic many journalists won’t touch with a ten-thousand foot pole. Religion is complicated, people are passionate, and when one is working on deadline, a complicated and polarizing issue like religion doesn’t do good things for the blood pressure.
I’ve been cutting back on the coffee, though, so my blood pressure can take a subtle dose of religious analysis after a long few days in Munich.
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Today, however, being the biggest game of the season, takes this show of capitalistic prowess to a new level. This level happened to be above the call of God, according to one Phoenix-area church.
The high country around Sedona is known for many things—vortices which emit energy, a chapel built on a cliff, or the towering Red Rocks. Resting in the shadow of these sites, though, is a Buddhist holy site, believed to amplify prayers,
The Kunzang Palyul Choling Buddhists who maintain the Amitabha Stupa say it is a man-made generator of positive energy. They plan to build a temple on their 14-acre plot of land eventually.
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