clever play:

This isn’t me, paraphrased it.

 

“A little girl wanted to know,

what the United States looked

like.” Her Dad tore a map of the

USA from a magazine and then

cut it into many pieces, lumped

them all together, in a pile and

handed that pile o’ paper over

onto his daughters place-mat,

he told her to take those pieces

into the other room, put them

back together; bring the final

product back together when it

was finished; she went to her

room took a little while and

came back in a quicker than

expected amount of time, and

it was spot on correct. The Dad

was too in astonished and asked

how she got all together so fast, a

hush in  the room was broken:  she

told her Father that it was simple, in

her method.  On the backside of that

map was the image of Jesus; she said

she began connecting pieces together

of Him, see, and by doing that, the map

fit together

on it’s backside;

is it that simple to

go reconnect OUR USA?

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the War Room no one person can ever say a whisper of idea that David urged a person, whether female or not, to do anything that had not been a part of their own character. Keeping so still and quite about subjects, the one at hand for this little note IS Faith in God. Let you know that i've just turned fifty; and in the brief shade of 'the responsible thing' to do in no way is meant to fool, cajole, even force my own personal belief's on any of you netizens who are reading these few lines. We believe all that we do. David Buckle believes in God and even His Son

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