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From Uz to Oran: Spiritual Lessons for a Pandemic

July 12, 2020

While the world deals with a biological virus, we’re each dealing with a spiritual one, as well. Anxiety, anger and despair are highly contagious. One way to strengthen our spiritual immune systems is to remember that we’re not the first to go through these circumstances. Wildflower musician and speaker Steve Brooks looks at two classic works of Western literature that help to make sense of today’s challenges, and offer lessons for how to face them: The Plague and The Book of Job.

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