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“Not only is your story worth telling but it can be told in words so painstakingly eloquent that it becomes a song.”

—Gloria Naylor from Conversations with Gloria Naylor.

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I have heard a saying. It goes "If you meet Buddha on the road, kill him."  What is actually ones idea of divine love seems at heart of the Jehovah's Witnesses search. Possibly Job's also, questions of mercy and power.

Of coarse I mean no harm and look foward to meeting Jehovah's witnesses, I like to talk about the subjects but there is only so much time, and they are off to the next house.

apples