The Mercy of My Son and Loved Ones

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CitM
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The Mercy of My Son and Loved Ones

Postby CitM » Thu Jun 30, 2016 1:05 pm

For those of you who understand math and remember energizing discussions

My Son and Father told me
Always and Almost Always are both equal to One


A better statement of forgiveness and empowerment I have never heard and I am thankful.

There is a whole story behind this one statement, and if you ever are interested in hearing it, refer to it in your introduction in person ( not with a computer interface) and who you are and why you are interested in knowing and I'll tell you the story behind it.

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Re: The Mercy of My Son and Loved Ones

Postby Prycejosh1987 » Fri Jun 05, 2020 1:50 pm

CitM wrote:For those of you who understand math and remember energizing discussions

My Son and Father told me
Always and Almost Always are both equal to One


A better statement of forgiveness and empowerment I have never heard and I am thankful.

There is a whole story behind this one statement, and if you ever are interested in hearing it, refer to it in your introduction in person ( not with a computer interface) and who you are and why you are interested in knowing and I'll tell you the story behind it.

That is not entirely true. Always is more consistent, but almost always varies in degree.


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