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Re: Just another detour

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  • louise
    Bill, As usual your thought is intelligent and profound. I need more time, to weigh it all in the balance ... Louise ... world ... concept ... of ... sharp
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 2, 2004
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      Bill, As usual your thought is intelligent and profound. I need
      more time, to weigh it all in the balance ... Louise

      --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "bhvwd" <v.valleywestdental@m...>
      wrote:
      >
      > Louise, FN was a man of truly revolutionary thought while Luther
      > never sensed the cateclism his tepid protests were a most small
      > part of.Luther could not frame a world without diety ,he was
      > concerned by those who sold indulgences. Luther trivialised a
      world
      > on the brink of self immolation. FN had thought the burning
      concept
      > of man without god, Luthers tepid protests must have seemed
      > anything but to the point. All catholics and the great number of
      > protestants cannot approach the magnitude of a godless world. With
      > his fierce personality , FN was probably little amused. To know
      of
      > something so incendary while fools buried cat shit in their cat
      > boxes must have seemed a monumental waste of duty and time.
      > When the real and stark light of godless loneliness cuts in
      sharp
      > relief it is magnituteds greater than any saving grace or religous
      > rebirth. Man as solitary satient is pitifully small and hardly
      > armed. FN had to have viewed that pitiful lacking while he
      himself
      > was hated and reviled. Bill
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