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    meditation can be a form of prayer, you could be giving thanks, professing your love, asking for help, asking for answers.

    it can be used to calm yourself, contemplate,and some will use it to ask for help or answers.

    so, things like zazen, though not commonly though tof as prayer, could be thought as such.
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    Yeah, but I can think of a chicken as a potato. Doesn't make it so.
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    so you are saying those things I mentioned cannot be considered a method of prayer?

    and you can have a chicken flavored potato.
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