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Hi Lawrence DeBivort -
>And I am certain that
>the human species is only beginning to learn how to create healthy and
Regardless of the comfort of 'golden-aging' things like ancient Greece
(the white boys heaven), and Egypt (heaven for the black boys), it would
seem that, now that we can in essence, see the world entire, that your
certainty here is well-founded.
One can only hope there are efforts and mechanisms to bring such
desirable health to fruit.
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