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She may have been good, but this determination to live in poverty wasn’t just for her, even with the funding her charity receives they refuse medical care for seriously ill children. I googled my symptoms turned out I just need more dogs shirt I quit admiring her then. As individuals we can choose to live however we want, but forcing others to do without is wrong. Maybe the charity and branch of “sisters” has changed since she died.
I googled my symptoms turned out I just need more dogs shirt
that is a lie, look what you wrote name one person who would wish hate on you or you dead. Believe what you want and don’t assume all religious are ignorant blind sheep. Seriously you sound so argant and yes read your post full of hate, hate doesn’t only mean wishing I’ll will on others it’s assume they are assholes, which you just did for no reason about thousands of people who believe differently than you. That just as bad as hating people because of their race. I googled my symptoms turned out I just need more dogs shirt perhaps google what academic research, triangulation of data and the importance of credibility because the articles you’ve posted clearly miss the mark there bud. You can’t polish turds into gold.
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she pick up dying people from the street and made them feel loved which is what everyone needs..she even did that sacrificing her well being. Have you seen her videos helping sick people? She spread peace and love. and Emily Kay The Lancet is most definitely a credible source (that one citation alone is research from at least 100 sources) based upon facts that happen in reality in the here and now, not some ethereal make believe world that I have to hope and pray for its existence and if I’m good enough in this life I’ll be worthy of that one in “the next.”. There’s much hubris and condescension in your statement. Do your beliefs in god and religion inform you of the right to be this way with people? Pride cometh before the fall and I would think that if you believe in god that you would think that it is his and his domain alone to sit in judgement of others. Just saying.