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September 06, 2008

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Interesting. Consider the wide swaths of history we each represent. The comminglings of every life that has walked, crawled, slithered or swam about this world, are those we pass in the street and see in the mirror every day. This is the blood that flows through us, the wind that blows past, the ground fecund underfoot.

It is actually a more interesting, more mind-expanding tale than any concocted by religion, especially because it is the simplest tale of them all.

Something to check out,

http://godisimaginary.com/index.htm

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