At age 49 and a half I would have saved your essay, printed it out, and put it on the fridge.
Karen Kilbane

this response -provoked by the original article — is of extreme importance as it challenges readers of both to inspect self for ways of thinking —

After several years of repentance and other forms of reconfiguration i have very difficult time to understand how i used to think — i know the results and historical experiences of my life — i do not know of what i was thinking as a precipitator of the result or historical experiance — i do know that more consistent and active prayer life makes up a greater amount of my daily thoughts today — yesterday? i am less sure of what actually went on in my mind to cause the result i experiance today…

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