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It also features a musical setting of Tennyson's famous poem "The Lady Of Shalott", a song which has since become one of Loreena's best-known recordings. But what is missed here is the opportunity to grow in faith. The New Age Movement is actually a modern revival of ancient religious (pagan) practices. On a Monday, marriages and loans were to be avoided because "work begun on Monday will never be a week old". We can eat potato chips while receiving input, and with help from a VCR, we can fall asleep during the 6 O�Clock News and still not miss a thing.

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