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Excellent article and made me snicker.
Do you know what happens to Japan?
I do, I figure since they are like Gods they are one of the groups who are big enough to take care of themselves. A test.
Do you know how I AM going to test the false Gods of this world?
The biggest problem all these profits today face is at the least of all things, two core problems, the missing pieces and judgement.
Now like science people look to them because they claim to know, but what do they really know?
The books clearly state that I would be betrayed, and as Herr Pope(s) have so kindly demonstrated though a pattern of behaviour, that part was quite accurate. But i should point out they are not alone in their betrayal, indeed every religion today proves they have no real belief in what they preach, but business is good.
So, while they would keep me alive so they can all laugh at me, and how powerless I AM, do you know what happens to Japan?
Admitting that you don't know, shows that you are
open to vital solutions and not trapped to unworkable
and dead prior "solutions."
The wicked person ALWAYS "knows what to do."
Tradition is death, as we have seen throughout history.
Nothing wrong with a Chicago screw. I had an even better screw in Ohio. I seriously think "I don't know is underrated." Why would I want to make up something if one of my reasons for being on this planet it to help people. Making up any thing is essentially lying.
Shawn Smith is a licensed psychologist in Denver, Colorado.
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