It's never been easier to get your pray on.
If you have a message for god, all you have to do is send it via Twitter to an Israeli named Alon Nir.
Nir promises to print out each tweet and bring them to Jerusalem's Western Wall, where it is customary to place a prayer in the cracks of the aging wall. This practice presumes god won't mind the added paper supplies needed to meet this new demand.
(If god is everywhere, doesn't that include the Internet?)
I thought this was an interesting development in prayer-based messaging offerings, but Nir Hasson writes in Ha'aretz that "through other services, it is already possible to send notes via fax, email and text messages to the Western Wall."
Evidently, I could have been texting my prayers to the Western Wall this whole time.
What have we learned? Twitter is another Internet prayer communications tool, but not the only one.