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Posted by M.W.Pearson on October 17, 2002 04:46:13 UTC

Hi Paul
Your theory works for me.
And in the early times, what caused grownup
folks to strive for better living, beyond the seeming gravity of their animal nature, but the belief in "things unseen" and the prospect of communing with the ultimate comforter? Surely
there is a spirit in the world which is more
experienced when our lives are not busy with
modern matters...but spirit probably does not
provide educational tutoring in the liberal arts,
just companionship and nurturing love.
Weird enough for ya?

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