uncharitable intentions toward anyone who can't conceive the beauty of a theocracy.
I'm talking this trash because I am trying to steer clear of an ongoing miracle. It involves some very nice people who want to believe it miraculous that a person was able to stage a remarkable recovery from a medical problem. OK. Now since it is permissible for anyone to think what he or she wants, it should also be OK to consider that God may well have intended to rub this fellow out and purveyors of cold logic stole him back. Could happen. Of course there are many many ways to view this and it still comes out a split decision, Miraculous Event vs Beating the Reaper. Religion has been around a long time often playing to worse odds, so it's a foolish person who discounts it outright. What's it got to do with me? Well I did something to help here, and I want to believe I did it because I have the power to recognize a situation where I can make a positive impact, just do it and leave. That action may well employ the teachings of various faiths, but putting what you have learned to work and being a theological pawn are not the same. In this case, I think I'll take the Karmic points and go home Bob. Let another contestant try for the Showcase.