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As the meeting continues in this gathered, receptive state, someone may be moved to rise and speak a few words or offer a prayer. If we allow the ‘magic’ of the gathered meeting to do its work in us, even our listening takes on a different quality as we absorb the words rather than merely hearing and reacting to them. It is not uncommon for the message to parallel or to compliment our own stream of thought or for it to speak directly to some problem or question within us.
William Tabor, 1992