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September 27, 2009

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Thanks so much for this honest post. Great stuff.

You know, I have seen the Tshirt, "Bono is my pastor," but we need "Bono is my therapist."
Those who don't get it, don't get how U2 lyrics and how we wrestle through them can midwife us through seasons of life.

Keep up the good Godwork

Thanks Dave. I guess I'd also have to have the t-shirt, "My motorcycle is my therapist!" Thanks for getting it.

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