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Just started reading one of Margot's books, but so far loving it and generally her take on our life here on God's earth.

Just started reading one of Margot's books, but so far loving it and generally her take on our life here on God's earth.

It's Carlos Whittakers blog and basically, Carlos is the man. I'm glad I know him as a facebook friend and not just a follower of his fan page. I love everything he posts, especially when he posts something awesome his wife has done because she is an amazing artist.

It's Carlos Whittakers blog and basically, Carlos is the man. I'm glad I know him as a facebook friend and not just a follower of his fan page. I love everything he posts, especially when he posts something awesome his wife has done because she is an amazing artist.

Paula Rinehart is so down to earth, so real. Every time I read her stuff, it makes me want to cry.

Paula Rinehart is so down to earth, so real. Every time I read her stuff, it makes me want to cry.

Whether you agree of disagree this article will certainly get you thinking...read the comments as well, several are very insightful.

Whether you agree of disagree this article will certainly get you thinking...read the comments as well, several are very insightful.

Race does not exist. It is not a natural division of the human race. It is people looking at others and labeling them because labeling means objectifying and objectifying means it is easier to judge them or harm them.

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Race does not exist. It is not a natural division of the human race. It is people looking at others and labeling them because labeling means objectifying and objectifying means it is easier to judge them or harm them.

At the very end of the novel, Quentin states "She was not a miracle. She was not and adventure. She was not a fine and precious thing. She was a girl." Throughout the whole novel, Q had seen Margo as a God given gift due to his unimaginable love for her- something not just anybody could have, however as the storyline moves on he begins to accept her as a human being rather than a 'thing'.

At the very end of the novel, Quentin states "She was not a miracle. She was not and adventure. She was not a fine and precious thing. She was a girl." Throughout the whole novel, Q had seen Margo as a God given gift due to his unimaginable love for her- something not just anybody could have, however as the storyline moves on he begins to accept her as a human being rather than a 'thing'.

School Mornings and My Friendly Disposition: A Time Lapse. | Tricia Lott WillifordTricia Lott Williford

School Mornings and My Friendly Disposition: A Time Lapse. | Tricia Lott WillifordTricia Lott Williford

Facing Your Fears with Faith - and Chocolate! 03/21 by Dr Diane Dike | Blog Talk Radio

Facing Your Fears with Faith - and Chocolate! 03/21 by Dr Diane Dike | Blog Talk Radio

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