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avoiding simplicity and being humble is good

here is the thing: i am a navy vet and even though i never had to fire a gun in defense or anger i am aware that in some way i may have contributed to deaths even though i served in peacetime - the eisenhower presidency. but i was also there as a representative of our culture to japan and other places in the far east. yet, i humbly concern myself that in some way i may have contributed to violence.



now then i do not hear any of the same type of humiity from quakers or others of the… Continue

Added by marv ostberg on 5th mo. 24, 2009 at 9:25pm — 7 Comments

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