Issue 11 of OSA Annual:
Ritual, as a theme, can refer to the divine or the mundane. Our rituals might be the route that we take to the kettle every morning for a cup of coffee, or the way that we practice religion. They might happen once in a lifetime, or multiple times throughout the day. The magazine is divided into two closely related chapters. In Meditation, we are encouraged to think about the rituals that we engage in as communities or individuals, and their impact on our lives and our society. In Ceremony, we consider the impact of rituals on space and on architecture.
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