Some people are deeply superstitious. They make sure they don’t walk under ladders, own several lucky charms, and are delighted when a black cat walks towards them. When they come around, Friday the 13th days are particularly bad news days. Being superstitious is part of a wider orientation to something beyond what we can touch or reason. It is that dimension where we are touched most deeply, where we know something beyond knowledge, where we encounter the sacred. This set of questions explore the world beyond what we can see and consider how it interacts with our lives each day.