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    Rita, that's an opinion, not a fact. Humans aren't designed to absorb huge amounts of modified corn sugar, either...also an OPINION...
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    But you may take advantage of both, right? I'm not totally understanding indigenous perspectives, but I have feelings about TCM, reiki...
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    BetteTheRed replied to the thread Thirst-gry?.
    Gord, I would say that, as a person, I am hungry and thirsty for "soul-filling" experiences. I suspect it's a common phenom that's been...
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    BetteTheRed replied to the thread Thirst-gry?.
    Me, too. An interesting fact about "my take" on any one bible passage. Well, I've been a member of the same church following the same...
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    Well, seems to me that she's picking a good combo of modern and traditional. She's done lumpectomy, chemo, and mastectomy. Radiation can...
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    BetteTheRed replied to the thread Room For All.
    Yep, travel in September can be just lovely. (Also, assuming you meant mid-2021...)
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    BetteTheRed reacted to Tabitha's post in the thread Room For All with Like Like.
    well folks with travel plans WHO's prediction is the wide roll out of a vaccine for Covid-19 mid 2020. Perhaps aiming for an August or...
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    BetteTheRed replied to the thread Holy Troublemakers.
    In a rather naive view, when I think of "kin-dom", I often think of Lucy Maud Montgomery's "The Race that Knows Joseph".
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    BetteTheRed replied to the thread Holy Troublemakers.
    Or the kin-dom...
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    BetteTheRed replied to the thread Thirst-gry?.
    Of course they could. And then there's the story of the Good Samaritan, a "Samaritan" being a total "non-believer" to the Judaism of the...
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    BetteTheRed replied to the thread Thirst-gry?.
    I like the concept of God "leading us/coaxing us/beckoning us" into the future a la some of Oord's/process theology ideas.
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    BetteTheRed reacted to Redbaron's post in the thread Thirst-gry? with Like Like.
    Back to the topic... again, there is a hint of nostalgia for what already seems to be a romanticized past; last week's reading mention...
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    BetteTheRed replied to the thread Thirst-gry?.
    I give up.
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    BetteTheRed reacted to Northwind's post in the thread Spring/Summer knitting with Love Love.
    All done my sweater. It took some breaks during the hot weather. Swearing was involved. I'm happy with the results.
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    BetteTheRed replied to the thread Thirst-gry?.
    Of course. Humans can't go more than a few days without water, where they can go some weeks without food.
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