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Yes, I do pray. Prayer is a "walking with" G-d. Walking has many forms and tempos. It can be quiet, and contemplative. It can be joyous and thankful. It can be sad, and mournful. It can be angry. It can be full of wonder. It can be a lifting of many people hurts and concerns. Prayer is a way to live in/with a Presence. A way to touch meaning and hope. It can be spontaneous, individual, liturgical. It can be made of words, of silence, of song. It can be still and it can dance. Prayer is like breathing. It gives life. I think many people who think they do not pray, may pray more than they recognize. And some of us who say we do, may pray less than we think.