Ars Technic: “Prayer Images” feature article How did you come up with the idea for this feature?

A few years ago, I was having dinner with a couple of friends, and one of them suggested I make a prayer video to make them laugh.

We had never made one before, so I thought it would be great to do one.

The video we made for them was kind of a silly, funny prayer video that they would watch over and over and be like, “Oh my god, it’s so funny!”

It ended up being the first prayer video I made for myself, and it was a really good one.

I was doing some online video calls with a group of friends in college, and they were like, Hey, we want to do a prayer in our living room, so we’re going to have a bunch of people pray together.

I figured if I made a video, maybe people would be like I can have a prayer.

And then I found that I really enjoyed it, so now I’m a regular at my prayers.

So I was like, I’m going to make one, and I thought I’d make it about praying in the shower and stuff like that.

I made the video to show that you can pray for your family and friends and stuff, and then I got a bunch other friends to do the same.

I thought that would be fun, so it became a video call thing.

I kept doing it, and people were like we should just make a video together, so one day I thought, Why don’t I just make one that’s like a prayer for the entire world?

Then I thought “Oh, I have this great idea for a prayer,” so I put it all together.

The first video I did was about two weeks ago.

I’m still doing it.

And it’s like, what a joke!

So that was fun.

So why do you think that video is so funny?

I think it’s because of the randomness of the prayer, but also the way it’s all connected to the prayer itself.

I don’t know if it’s the video, but the video itself is sort of like an Easter egg in the prayer.

I think I think it just gets people to look at the video more than they would if they were actually praying with someone else.

And the thing that’s really fun about it is that we actually got some kind of Easter egg from it that we’ve been hiding from people.

We made it just for ourselves.

So people can’t find it unless they look for it.

I’m sure it’s just random, but it’s a lot more fun when people see it.

People can’t even tell you what it is.

They don’t even know that it’s something they’ve seen before.

I’ve seen it on a lot of people’s Facebook news feeds.

People will say, “Hey, you’re doing a video on prayer?

I think you should make a photo album with your prayers.”

I’m like, No, no, no!

People can tell that I’m doing it just because I’ve done it a million times before, but I never thought I was gonna do it like that!

And I was a little nervous, too.

We’re both praying in our homes, and you just don’t think about it like you might when you’re praying in public.

It’s a little weird.

We both really want to make a good video, and that’s what it comes down to.

The prayers themselves are just sort of weird.

I have to tell you that I actually had no idea that it would get this far.

I’d heard it was cool that people were doing videos in their homes, but nobody knew anything about it.

I mean, it has to be cool, right?

But it has been really fun, and the videos that we’re making have been a blast, and we’re so happy with it.

So do you pray a lot?

Yes, definitely.

I pray about two or three times a week.

I usually pray about once a week, but there’s been some weirdness that’s happened that I can’t really describe.

Like last year, I just started to get some bad luck, like I had a lot, like, the worst one of the year.

Like, I got like, two or four bad luck storms.

It was really bad.

I got really cold for a while.

I had to wear a mask for a week or two, because it just made me feel really cold.

Then I got this thing called a “pilgrim” or “angel,” which is this thing that comes out of the ground and you go around and pray to.

It can take a while to get it right, and sometimes it doesn’t work at all.

I have no idea what it does.

I actually get a lot worse luck from it.

But, I get really good luck from praying.

I love that.