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Friday, February 17, 2012

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anne

bandages to represent those confined by infirmities and/or chains for those held down with depression or mental problems.
Or a large stone for those weighed down with problems of the world, just struggling to live their lives.

Linda Harnish

I'm from the United States and in the last verse you have written the word stoor. I would like to know what this word means? I have never heard of it. Common Epiphanies made me think of the transfiguration of Christ is a different way. Thank You for sharing it.

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