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Retreat houses around Long Island

Many retreat houses allow anyone on the property to walk the grounds and lead silent retreats, meaning there is interaction with a spiritual adviser. But most of the day, including meals, are spent in silence. If you're ready to enter a world of no chatter, here are some places to check out.

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