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Well Maybe Not "holier-than-thou", But

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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on September 14, 2001 01:01:40 UTC

I can see where you see it that way. In my personal life, I have not been to kosher (in my eyes), and with recent events the way they've turned out, I have been upset. So, not that I use GOD or religion as an excuse, because I don't, but I guess I tend to get that way (a bit 'holier-than-thou'). This, I hope, will not be taken wrong, but I think it's my way of self correcting without intention of putting myself on a step ladder with respect to others belief direction.

I do not practice my religion very heavily, maybe I should do more. But I try to do good things as much as possible. Sometimes I get caught up in myself. As it was once said in a movie (not quoted verbatim) - I was so busy trying to look good, that I forgot how to be good.

Maybe this is T.M.I. (Too Much Information) for this forum with respect to my personal, but your right. I may have got that way. It will settle.

I make no excuses, I try and be as real as I can, I try to understand, but I will always speak my mind, and what's in my heart.

When I get upset a bit, it does relflect in my writing, and sometimes you will see that.

With all good intentions in mind.


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