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RE: Tenacious

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Posted by By Astrofred. on August 26, 2000 01:25:08 UTC


after i foolishly rebelled earlier i hope i havnt killed any credibility i might add,

I only wish i could have put this message across,
as you have tenacious , it is by far the most sane statement ive read to date,
Good and Evil stem from indoctrination.
Try telling a Klan member his thoughts are evil.
Try telling romulus and Remus not to copulate with other wolves.
I will savour your poster for a long time ,
it seems to quosh anything and everything.

this might sound strange, but who gave God the right to make up the definition of truth,
did he ask us if we wanted all this hassle,
did he ask us to stay miserably , churning over
our assumptions for 3 score and ten.
Why does he seem like a controller, who only gave us enough capacity, to understand very little.
Im sorry i keep coming up with these thoughts.
It only leads me to believe that God or Gods laws
are above our heads, and we have to just follow the extremely simple plans set before us..
which amounts to very little .
Dont think , just have faith, is so shallow.

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