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I remember a story of a member of the K.K.K. who was a devoted member for years until he had a son born with a cleft palate. His Grand Master told him to put the boy away in an institution and forget him, he was not perfect. The man realized how wrong his beliefs had been for so many years and changed his ways completely. My point is this: sometimes we profess to be so involved in the “right” cause, until it touches us personally. Only then do we see how others have recognized the issue.

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August 16, 2010 - Posted by | mental, Philosophy |

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