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    What People Say...

    "It was wonderful exploring the paths and labyrinth with the girls (ages 3 and 5), being with them while they made discoveries and I made discoveries listening to the Spirit. We took turns sitting on the different benches and looking out to see what we could see. When I looked out and prayed aloud, "Thank you God for all you have made; it's really really beautiful, " my granddaughter said enthusiastically and with an affirming tone, "Yeaah!" I'm now convinced that the mystical energy in the space can touch a person of any age." 

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    "Cedar Cross is a place soaked in spirituality. The staff embodies Christian hospitality Ė generous, cheerful, accommodating to all dietary disciplines, and never intrusive. For an old New Hampshireman like me, the mix of forest, ponds, animals, birds, and rustic lodgings evokes a special, heady sort of serenity. You feel surrounded and protected by life and by lives, by a thousand spiritual sentries [including one very imposing heron!]. Beyond the serenity that brings calm and tranquility, Cedar Cross opens your heart to the Lordís creative beauty and genius while beckoning your soul to seek Godís deeper presence within. Prayer arises natural in Cedar Cross. You bond to its holiness quickly." 


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    "Glorious October weather including rain and sunshine. Heron's Nest is a place of great beauty inside and out. I love walking the trails and moving into my "being" mode - the place where my soul is enlivened by all of creation."  


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    "What a wonderful place to rest and relax. So much thought was put into Heron's Nest - the candle, the afghan, places for the sunlight and moonlight to shine in. So many windows to feel as if you are outside."  


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    Updated: October 27, 2010