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Beautifully said, Joe.
I also assume you're referring to the real "Lift High The Cross" and not the pale re-writing in the new hymnal...

shirley perry

Powerful. Thanks for the reminder. We sure do miss you at Sol Cafe!!!!
love Shirley

Dr. Mabuse

Well said. It can be liberating in a way to be able to openly accept brokenness, instead of trying to fake a wholeness that isn't there. My own kids are developmentally disabled, and there's no point even trying to cover it up or pretend that the only problem is that other people won't admit that they're normal. They are who they are. Limited and hedged in by their disability, but still strangely wonderful and lovable.

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