Archive for the ‘communion’ Category

Why do we study history? Why do we spend so much time going over past events? I believe we do this as humans because we look for the meaning of those events, or we try to understand why, how, or what caused things to happen. Sometimes we do this so that we can relive pleasurable […]

Palmer’s Community of Truth Communion: N 1.) An action or situation involving sharing: (a): possession in common: joint ownership: the state of possessions thus held. (b): a function performed jointly: an interrelation in activity: an interdependent working together or cooperation. 2.) usually capitalized (a): the Eucharist: the Lord’s Supper (b): the celebration of the Eucharist […]