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Michael Alvarez
07:49 AM ET (US)
Three things are what is needed in life:
First: God
Second: Genius
Third: Love
These things are still not everything and I will tell you why: people don't just believe in what they see but in what they doubt. If there where a safety net to this it would be this: to be clear in life: of life. To reach for god all the time no matter what is happening. Even though it seems wrong it won't be if you know what you're going for. Those three things: God, his genius, and his love, or, the love of god and it's genius, or the genius of love that is god's. The point is that these can help but people also need a little more; maybe some genius; maybe god; or a little love.
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Eric Foley SaucierPerson was signed in when posted
09:29 PM ET (US)
Life and all that is in it is a gift from the infinite mind / God;
And the only way that life can go wrong is by the limited finite mind / Man.
Eric Foley SaucierPerson was signed in when posted
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YOUR presumptions and assumptions are just a lot of propaganda, you should BE ashamed of yourself!
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