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Recite (or sing) the hymn "Jerusalem"
Considered England's second national anthem, the lines of the poem by William Blake became a powerful hymn and have various interpretations. The imagery reflects legends of Jesus visiting England with Joseph of Arimathea to trade copper and tin, and then of the same Joseph bringing the Holy Grail to Glastonbury after Christ's resurrection. The legends are wonderful and honor both England and its patron saint.

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