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When you've read one article about the Kardashian–Jenners, you feel like you've read them all. The sister sensations are always in the news for their style, coming out with new products, launching new apps, and taking lavish vacations. However, the latest Lenny Letter featuring Khloé Kardashian is a breath of fresh air from the usual stories published about her. 

For starters, Kardashian wrote the piece herself. Reading a story about a celebrity from their point of view, and in their own words, feels authentic. Yet, what caught our full attention was the topic of the writing: spirituality. On any given Keeping Up With the Kardashians episode you will hear the family say "Bible" to make a promise to one another, and every so often mention God in their conversations, but there's never any deep dives into their religious beliefs. So when we began to read about the devout Christian, we realized that there are elements of this reality star's life that we really don't know about. She revealed interesting tidbits of information regarding her spirituality and we thought we'd share seven of them with you.

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Church was a part of her Sunday routine

However, she does not go as frequently anymore because she hasn't found the right fit for her. 


She practiced a different religion for her ex-boyfriend

Kardashian said, "One of my exes was Muslim and observed Ramadan, which is a month of fasting. You fast from sunrise to sunset to commemorate the first time the Quran was revealed to Muhammad, and I practiced it with him to be supportive."


Her father's death left her in a vulnerable place with religion

"I was VERY angry at God. I didn't understand why someone who was so great, my dad — why he would be taken away," Kardashian admitted. However, she does credit reading Embraced by the Light and Angels Among Us in helping her cope with her loss. 


She has daily devotionals

Her mom buys them for her every Christmas and Kardashian said that she reads these affirmations to her glam squad every day. 


She doesn't miss a prayer

"Every night I say my prayers, often with my nieces and nephews," says Kardashian


"I'm very conversational with God and spirits"

She doesn't feel that praying has to be so structured so she does what works for her. 


She doesn't believe in divorce

Kardashian laid it out on the table by saying, "At my core, I don't believe in divorce, but I came to a point in my marriage where I had to make the choice to take care of my own mental and emotional well-being in order to protect myself and my happiness." She continued to stress that religion is a major factor when she took her vows and said, "I feel that I kept the serious vows I made in front of God with every inch of my heart, which is why I am still honoring them today even though my relationship with my ex-husband is in a different place."