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Beauty and style adorned in spirituality

Oct 24, 2020 | Columns | 0 comments

style and spirituality

A chill in the air and we move toward winter. In past years I’d be shopping now for boots and sweaters. With COVID that’s changed, but my ongoing internal debate remains: I want to look good — to be polished and professional. But part of my work is spiritual direction, so what role does appearance play? This presents a question of spirituality and style. Are they a contradiction? Or, are they, instead, an intersection?

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