[Homestead] Illuminati or not
jeanne13 at earthlink.net
Thu Feb 22 07:37:54 EST 2007
I believe too!
On the inlaw situation, a suggestion. If you can get the book Radical Forgivness by Colin C. Tipping you may find a solution. I belong to a study group that meets twice a month and we read and discuss several books each year. This one was one of the best in my opinion. But let me point out that had it been up to me alone I would not have been able to apply it to my life. Our small group of 4 to 6 people reminds me of this on line group in many ways, especially when it comes to speaking. No one judges the other, just thinks about what has been said and adds their 2 cents worth. Radical thinking may be a good way to think about the title of the book. If you would like, I would be happy to talk about it should you decide to read it.
PS Next time you email your son, please tell him I think about him often and am thankful for him everyday.
Jeanne in Northeast TN
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To: homestead at lists.ibiblio.org
Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 12:14 AM
Subject: Re: [Homestead] Illuminati or not
This has me curious. Who here believes that there is a international,
core group of people-call them the Illuminati or whatever you want-that
control world events and nations, using them as pawns to gain world
domination and control, financial and physical, etc.?
Bev (I believe)
Bevanron of EarthNSky Farm Sleep well tonight, for somewhere in the
ocean's depths, MY son is protecting YOUR freedom.
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