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July 09, 2009

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I discoverd Buechner during an extremely stressful time in my life. His writings are filled with wisdom, but are not the usual claptrap of most high minded theologians. I keep amazon busy ordering his books. It seems to me that God still speaks in a still small voice if we listen.

Minerva

Ridiculous quest there. What occurred after? Thanks!

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