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April 09, 2011



"However else spiritual maturity might be evidenced, it isn't in static thought, contented convictions, complacent certainties, fixed ideas, or life still drawing on the capital of past experience."

That was a really helpful thing to read just after my 65th birthday, reminding me that I must still keep on growing and changing. Thank you.

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