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“Praying it forward. When you leave a place — a check-out line, a parking space, a pew in church — pray for the person who will occupy it after you. Be reminded that God doesn’t need ashes in your jar to make God’s mark on the lives of others. God simply needs you to step forward and whisper words of blessing for the beloved of God.”