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I saw this today while going through my blog and read it and thought to myself, this was a good one, an important one, and so I have decided to re-post. A quote from Bernard Lagat says “You seek help from the elders. A society with elders is healthy. It’s not always that way in the West.” We know that while some elders were young they were not always good, but we ought not to concern ourselves with that, we should concern ourselves with what is right. Respect the elders!


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3 years ago

Please am a pastor and how can my spiritual eyes opened when I bath and I want to feel with the Holy Spirit more please help me thank you.

4 years ago

Today as I walked into a botanica for the first time I suddenly got weak. My knees came out from under me. Then it happened once again while I was inside. Any insight on why this may have happened?

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