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    Quaker Saying

    Why we have divisions and sects:

    Husband to wife: "Me thinks the whole world is crazy except me and thee; and sometimes I wonder about thee."

    [Edited on 9-22-2005 by VirginiaHuguenot]
    Andrew

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    I'll have to share that with my wife ....
    Anthony Beadles
    Christ The King Presbyterian
    Clearwater, Florida

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    Originally posted by VirginiaHuguenot
    Why we have divisions and sects:

    Husband to wife: "Me thinks the whole world is crazy except me and thee; and sometimes I wonder about thee."

    [Edited on 9-22-2005 by VirginiaHuguenot]
    Tis True, Tis True!

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    Funny!
    JC - PCA - PA...homesick for SC
    A we n' de Ya, ho; I mak sikker; Deus juvat

    Indicabo tibi o homo quid sit bonum, et quid Dominus requirat a te: Utique facere iudicium, et diligere, misericordiam, et sollicitum ambulare cum Deo tuo. Michaeas 6:8

    "Who says you can't go back, been all around the world and as a matter of fact. There's only one place left I want to go, who says you can't go home" Bon Jovi

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    Ryan
    1689 London Baptist Confession

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    That's how my marriage started: I was always thinking about she who became my wife. I was crazy about her.

    Still am!

    [Edited on 9-22-2005 by JohnV]
    JohnV

    John Vandervliet
    Ontario, Canada
    member of: Canadian Reformed Church
    "In coming to understand anything we are rejecting the facts as they are for us in favour of the facts as they are" C.S Lewis, An Experiment in Criticism

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