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February 12, 2008

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Tim,

You are always so thoughtful and insightful with what you share in your writing. Where I live people seem to want to have certain fitness center stickers on the back vehicle windows for "status." I have to wonder about all the points you speak about. The "Green" ones are real. Every time I get my electric bill I cringe. Everything is going up, up and away.

I worry about the working class poor. Who'll really facilitate change as our next President. The church needs to be an anchor to help pull us through and see there is hope that remains.

I wonder about my own church or I should say old one I attended. Where I will end going after I'm over some personal hurdles in my own life. It was always the same people who were involved in various ministries time and time again in over a 1,000 member congregation. It leaves me with that "bah-hum-bug" feeling.

Many points to life to ponder in this post. Always written from the heart with enthusiasm and well articulated. This is my new e-mail concerning the issues I wrote to you about previously.

Blessings to you and your family,

Kim

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