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Dewey BS: On Not Hating One's Enemies (107* d) RE: BS: On Not Hating One's Enemies 19 Jan 05


So true Brother Little Hawk! So True Brother Amos! So True Sister Guest!

I'm gonna go get a job today, instead of writing 'til 6:30 a.m. I'm Getting tired of Surviving on Little Debbie's Snacks and 99 cent double cheeseburgers from McDonald's.

The New Bush Economy! (LOL) Just kidding (sort of :-)

Actually, in truth things are going to be O.K.: I have found myself another silent invisible partner, and we are going to be a roaring success someday, despite the fact that I have not re-cognized him and the power of his position initially since our meeting.

Since he is so, so good to me at making everything else work, I'm just gonna leave the business end to him (LOL) He is a tough partner though: found out he expects me to work every day feverishly for what it is I am called to do for him, though he is very nice in sharing the rewards with me of that work he is demanding of me. I better not disappoint this very important guy though, he is not big on disappointments, he is much more of a progress kind of guy by nature, as I'm sure all the rest of you here know that have ever met, heard, or saw him at any time yourself and at any turning point in your life.

Dewey

If it's gonna be its up to me (or I should say US!)



My two year spiritual retreat to find myself is about over. Thank God!

Sorry can't resist the following quote:

"What is behind us and what is in front of us, pales in comparison to what lies WITHIN us"

Ralph Waldo Emerson


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