Prayer and Meditation

As of Thursday afternoon, the tweet was still up and had attracted more than 7,000 replies ― many of which pointed out her mistake.
"Heathens!" one viewer wrote after the "Jeopardy!" contestants were stumped by a well-known prayer.
A praying football coach was said to offer a “deceitful narrative” that Supreme Court conservatives were nonetheless happy to accept.
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a public school football coach who sought to pray on the field after games.
Shooting survivors and victims' families addressed the House Oversight Committee on gun deaths. Republicans, though, blamed lack of prayer, not guns.
"Aren’t you slated to headline a speaking gig for the NRA in three days?" Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez replied.
The court’s conservatives appeared likely to side with a football coach who left his job after controversy over his post-game prayers on the 50-yard line.
"This may be the worst ever 'thoughts and prayers' message in the aftermath of a mass shooting," one Twitter user hit back at the pro-gun Colorado Republican.
The breakfast, a Washington tradition, went entirely virtual this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Over 70 years after losing track of her friend, Ruth Brandspiegel heard Israel Eisenberg's name announced during a virtual synagogue service.