Spiritual Fitness : News Photo

Spiritual Fitness

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USA - 1998: 45p x 76p Jenny Anderson color illustration of person jumping rope and praying simultaneously. Can be used with stories about religion and exercise. (Bay Area News Group/MCT via Getty Images)
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USA - 1998: 45p x 76p Jenny Anderson color illustration of person jumping rope and praying simultaneously. Can be used with stories about religion and exercise. (Bay Area News Group/MCT via Getty Images)
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May 03, 2013
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167967664
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