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The "very" Definition: Is It In The Dictionary?

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on December 16, 2001 00:43:03 UTC

I do not object to your definition
but maybe you can understand why I didn't
have the same one if it is not in the dictionary.

We say authority and responsibility go together.

Persons should not be held accountable for things they could not control, and should not
be given authority they cannot use responsibly.

Persons who exercise authority should be credited or blamed in some degree for what
proceeds from their actions.

Well, maybe the same goes for G*d.
If the world has trouble, maybe "management"
is partly responsible.

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