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redkim

redkim | 0 posts | Member since 02.24.08

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RE: Well-Springs of Belief: An undiscovered contemporary classic
I hate reading articles like this. I prefer to go about my daily business, entirely distracted. Then I come on here, read this stuff, and realize that I am...distracted. You make me pause and think. I hate that.


RE: Well-Springs of Belief: An undiscovered contemporary classic
I just want to let you know that I'm not being cheap with the stars. I wanted to rate the article a 5, but I clicked on the 4 by accident and then I can't change it. But in response to your response, Mr. Fickett, Eliot wasn't so politically correct as to say "humankind". As a woman I already understand that the term "mankind" is inclusive, and "humankind" is just too cumbersome to say in the year 2008. BC, of course. :)


RE: Well-Springs of Belief: An undiscovered contemporary classic
Wonderful!


RE: Well-Springs of Belief: An undiscovered contemporary classic
Thank you for reminding me how blessed I am that I live 20 minutes away from the ocean. During the summer, you can catch me there as early as 7 AM but no later than 9 AM on Saturday mornings. By that time the beach starts to fill up and my silence time comes to it's end.


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