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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

This tiny little prayer ... Sent up to GOD.com

Cyber worship (using cyber space for worship), continues to appear in different sites and appeal everyone. We have in the past included Rabbi offers prayer for Web porn surfers / God.com: Web Analytics Series no.2 / The Christian Prayer While Logging Onto the Internet. And, much more in my book: Cyber Worship.

Following is an interesting post by Bingkee:

"TO WWW.GOD.COM
An online buddy, John, at Multiply shared this little prayer with me. I intend to express this prayer by posting it here. Although the prayer is referring to online friends through email, I dedicate this prayer to all my friends, buddies, fellow bloggers and loyal readers I met here online through my blogsite and at Blog Catalog, MyBlogLog, Pijoo and Spicypage. Also my friends and readers from Friendster, Facebook, Multiply, Netlog, Moli, and Gather."


EXTRACT: And God, there is one more thing I wish that you could do. Hope you don't mind me asking, Bless my computer too.... When you update your heavenly list On your own CD-RomR emember each who've said this prayer. Sent up to God.com. Amen. continue reading

A note about This Tiny Little Prayer: Submitted By: Brenda S. (and I have no idea who that is...).

3 comments:

Alexander M Zoltai said...

I feel quite uncomfortable about the image in this post...

Picturing God as a person at a computer is in very bad taste, as well as demeaning to the Spirit of The Creator of each one of us...

~ Alex from Our Evolution

Mohamed Taher said...

Alex: Thanks for your spirited words. I agree 10000%.

But, I had no control on that picture--the blogger who quoted the story, carries this burden.

Alexander M Zoltai said...

Ah, mohamed, we all do bear burdens, eh?

;-)

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