Daniel Sebbah (France)
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I have calmed and quieted my soul, like a weaned child with its mother. - Psalm 131:2 (NRSV)
I often ride my motorbike in the middle of traffic in Marseille, one of the most congested cities in France. Surrounded by all the potentially dangerous cars, exhaust fumes, engine noises, sirens, and sweltering heat, I sometimes feel like I might be in hell.In these moments, I like to obey...
At any time, I can set my mind on things above.
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