Anthony Strano was a dearly loved spiritual teacher, writer and public speaker whose final article in the Huffington Post on June 30 was about how to completely relax by "doodling" in a magnificent garden. He had a way of making spiritual consciousness completely natural. Anthony died suddenly on July 26 while conducting a retreat in Salvador, Brazil -- a few days before his 63rd birthday. He loved the space provided by Arianna Huffington's Huffington Post and used it as a space for public contemplation -- on divine friendship, meditation and motivation, silence and how to relax.
Most recently he had been thinking about angels -- what they are and how they come to be. He had raised the question about why there are so many images of angels in Italy (He was of Sicilian heritage.) He wondered aloud whether there may have been a time when there was an army --or perhaps a choir -...
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