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America’s life span — recycle is at hand

By From page A5 | December 10, 2012

EDITOR: Life is a story. Sure, it is a story you can ignore, but it’s a story that starts with a concept of life, and goes on by energy of a universe of energy. Metric measure of our planet together with an enemy factor included says we’ve about “had it.” What is America’s life span?

We are only creatures of this universe. “Uni” means united, “verse” means a turning. We are certainly not united now.

In 1776 we were united in universal parlance. We, at that time, rested in turning in the same radial part of a unified wheel, our part to send messages of our power to center minds in energy for our work and the work of help in our earthly journey. But — Jesus got mad too (per a reader who wrote this in her letter to the editor).

The results of the presidential election are not favorable to extending our nation in energy, thus, in our life. Recycle is at hand. Don’t you think you had better pray a bit?

JUNE HOFFMAN
Placerville

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