August 15, 2010

Prayer Blog

A prayer blog is a blog where one blogs one's prayers and only one's prayers. Of course, one doesn't blog all of one's prayers. This activity is religion independent but does particularly facilitate 'social prayers' and is not useful in the traditional prayer rituals of some religions.

Abrahamic Religions, teach that prayer can be done spontaneously by any person at any moment. Prayer blogs open up the more recent forms of human communication for this type of prayer. There may be a cultural hurdle to taking time out and sitting quiet for traditional silent prayer, or you may not have a facility where you can go and pray vocally at work etc. You can set up a simple blog and messages can be submitted by a variety of means, including text messaging, instant messaging, email, MP3 or the web.

They are related to prayer notes. The most famous example of which are those left on the temple wall in Jerusalem. These notes are "a way to pray if you don't know how. After all, if you want to receive, you have to ask. Reuters reports that these [prayer notes are now being sent by fax or email].

The prayers are intended for God only – no one else. So a prayer blog is never advertised. It is a type of Plog but can be left public. God doesn't need MetaData, so prayer blogs have no links and little formatting. Since prayer blogs are not intended for anyone else, no RSS feed or comments are added

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