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Saturday January 25th 2014  Tim Candler


     The gentle, I'd best call them, will look at the facts and attempt to see honesty.  Then after a bit the gentle develop a maturity, which enables them to look at the facts, wonder at the source, the methodology, and after doing that they come away with a mood that generally speaking is not a gentle one.

      Some of us get to a point where we do not believe anything we are told.  Instead we see the world of people as a maneuvering of idea.  I say X because I want B. More often, my wanting B, means you can't have B.  Which is an analysis of us people which sees the relationships between us people as 'power relationships.' And here, it's the truly dunce-headed that claim B equals good.


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