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Posted by on February 28, 2015 in Something To Think About



Advice: an opinion offered as a guide to action, conduct, etc… They say, I don’t take advice, I say they don’t know what they’re talking about.  I didn’t say they were wrong.

I read in the Readers Digest we can average 50,000 thoughts a day.”  I wonder what percentage of that is healthy since we repeat the same ole same ole on a daily basis?  Don’t let your thoughts or what someone else has to say, that is negative, limit your abilities to push pass yesterday, and try to envision a newness of your environment from a different perspective.  Someone else’s idea.

“Think Outside the Box.”  Your ability to adjust will certainly broaden your horizons…

I am the first to tell you what I write is no secret, it is what it is; a different perspective to help others realize there are more options, to one outcome than we can imagine.  We should pay attention to what others have to offer while praying for the ability to weed out what is not of God.  We might learn something?

In order to “know it all,” or at lease think we know it all, we need to know what everybody else knows, and that’s quite a bit.  There are some out there who are truly blessed, and some who are truly selfish.  The selfish ones will only accept the advice from those who agree with their plan; All the time.

And we wonder why we have such a hard time.  “It’s Something to Think About.”

Perhaps, if we really pay attention to the advice our mothers and what others are willing to give, we can overcome a “hard knock life.”  She is going to have her say anyway, so listen up, that way we may not have to hear it again in a very unpleasant situation.

The best advice I ever received besides learning Jesus Christ is Lord, is when my mother told me if I wanted to be successful I needed power.  And I could find it in knowledge.  “Stay in school, and read everything that will enhance your education.”  In other words; reading, writing, and arithmetic (Math) are fundamental for a successful journey.

She said; “In all you do, do it in the Name of The Lord, for it is written:”  I am the vine, ye are the branches: He that abide in me, and I in him, the same bring forth much fruit: for without me ye can do nothing.  John 15:5

In this day and age, if we receive good advice, I suggest we use it on yourselves to make sure, then pass it on.  A good start is to shut up and listen.  And if we received some bad advice use common sense by checking out the source.

Never take advice from someone who has never experienced the same or similar situation.  Including, did they function with a Christ-like spirit?

Advice is like snow-the softer it falls, the longer it dwells upon, and the deeper it sinks into the mind.”   Samuel Taylor Coleridge

My advice to all is to not short-change a potentially bright future, because of a lack of knowledge and a broken spirit.  Embrace the Kingdom of God, and join a Bible Believing, Bible Teaching Church in order to stay physically fit, and mentally stable. And,  gain knowledge through Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  To God Be The Glory!

FYI: Knowledge is power and when giving advice: Speak not in the ears of a fool: for he will despise the wisdom of thy words.  Proverbs 23:9

Thank you, Lord, for waking us in our right mind, and giving us the advice we need to have a successful for ever after.  In Jesus name, we pray.  Amen

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Posted by on February 28, 2015 in Something To Think About





Posted by on February 28, 2015 in Something To Think About



Young and old listen up.  I’ll take that penny, so many of us have no respect for, and please allow me to tell you why in Testimony.  Y’all know I like to tell of my adventures.

When I thought I was old enough to make my own decisions, I tried my luck at the vices.  Gambling was one of them; although I don’t gamble as often as I did.  $1 for a gazillion dollars, can lure me in.  And I still lose my dollar just like every other time I fell for it.

Before the Lottery, gamblers played numerous games of chance, and still do today.  Back in my day, horse racing is almost as popular as a dangerous game of  Five Cards Stud Poker.  The big draw of the era consisted of three numbers called Policy; but most of us called this Pipe Dream,  “playing the numbers.”

If fortunate enough to hit, $1 paid $600, and if the numbers were boxed, ( in random order) $300 was yours to take.  Oh!  Did I tell you the payoff depended on finding the Bookie afterward, and if he/she actually paid after being flushed out.

I very seldom won anything, so why would I worry about getting paid? 

That realization should have been the first clue that I was wasting my hard-earned dividends, instead of seeking the benefits promised by God.  I played the same numbers for years.  The sad part, for lack of a better word, is stupidity. That was my boyfriend’s number to the riches.

I had quite a bit of baggage concerning him, disappointment, money, and love in my tell-all bookAnyway, let’s move on before I say too much.  Its’ best I pray to stop hanging on to things gone by, as hard as I was praying that number would fall; year after year.

Don’t get it twisted, the truth has nothing to do with him, the fault lies with me.  I am the one who keep playing the same number; he’s dead.  It’s been more years than I willing to admit, but, I’m still fighting urges to play that same old number.  Straight, box.

I didn’t hit one time that I can remember.  Not now or then.  No!  I am not telling you the number.  What if you hit?  Help me Jesus.

It was experienced, or my pocketbook was suffering.  I believe common sense finally took the lead, and I stopped throwing my money into  “The luck of the draw,” kitty.  Now I put that buck in a safe place for a purpose which is totally selfish.

My stash!  I break dollars for 2 cents, then put the 98 cents in the “Don’t touch this,” box.  Find a way like you do everything else.  You know, when we want what we want, only this time it has value and a good purpose, instead of “just because I wanted it.”

Hey!  I’m not shame, my stash paid for a few cabs among other things.  I learned the importance of God blesses the child who has his own.

I received some good advice from my dorm leader when I was in college.  She told me most spend more than expected because they don’t count or consider the change important money, so we spend it nonchalantly.  She said; “If you save your change, you will never be broke.”   She also said I needed her blue pig as a start to a strong financial future.

I took her advice, but not as literal as she thought, I didn’t try to save every single coin.  Anyway, we made a lopsided deal.  I gave her a sailor themed bathing suit, and she gave me advice and a blue plastic pig bank.

That small childish looking pig led me to understand the importance of economics, coupled with my first taste of healthy monetary independence.  That plastic pig enabled me to fund my trips to the laundry mat without calling home because I mismanaged my allowance.

I didn’t entertain the disappointment of the “I can’t afford it,” blues.  When I wanted something that was not in the budget I would hit that stash.  That’s what it was for, and I took from it with a smile on my face.  Now, everything was not fun and games, there were times when I stayed the course for a real purpose, and saved my money.

I don’t want to live the way the Government does business…  I would like to think I have the ability to do what I said or wait until I have reached the goal I was striving for; something that sometimes took years to accomplish, I will admit.  I am done fussing.

Do not try to exercise control by not attacking the stash for every little petty thing you claim you need.  But, it is your money to do with as you please.  Perhaps, some of it will find its way to Church; you think?  To God Be The Glory.

I know you know pennies turn into dollars, but too much for our “over the top” opinions of ourselves causes some to throw them into the streets, as opposed to giving them to those in need.  Too heavy for our pockets we claim, or pennies make holes in them.  Really!

FYI: Pennies are under-appreciated until you don’t have one.  And for those that do, I don’t mind the holes, I’ ll take every one of those heavy useless pennies.  Only this time I’ll offer them up for a good cause.

I am leaning towards worldwide, Human Trafficking. 

Let everything that has breath Praise the Lord, Praise ye the Lord.   In Jesus name, we pray.  Amen

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Posted by on February 24, 2015 in Something To Think About



We must “Take Charge” of ourselves, right now, no matter the age or circumstances unless you are too young or need assistance to function, if possible have someone do it for you.  Stand up and make your presence known to be counted, or lose yourself to the whims of others.

When I had a mastectomy, 20 minutes after my doctor left the room I was in the hall with my I.V. pole walking around like a drunk.  Of course I was on heavy drugs, and the nurses thought I was crazy when in fact, I was fueled by the mere thought of recovery.  I told myself;  If you can’t physically stand, mentally get up.

If you don’t set the stage for your own life, chances are you’ll fall under someone else’s plan.  And I can say with a certain degree of proof, there is not much set on the table for you, except servitude.  Don’t let the world run you over.

In order to get off to a good start we should never listen to, or let our fears get the best of us.  Talk to someone about them.  Possibly a friend, and or a pastor in a “Bible Believing, Bible Teaching, Church.”

Search out the Christians who have the ability to listen, and to care about us when we are in a state of despair or confusion.  Someone who will stay the course, not matter the hour or the nature of the situation.  Prehaps a friend who cares, a good neighbor, etc..

I choose to be friends with Jesus Christ in order to not live the life of a Slave, always trapped under the suppressor views, or the ungodly acts of others.; No longer do I call you servants, for the servant does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends, for all that I have heard from my father I have made known to you.   John 15:15

Now that’s what I call a friend with benefits.  A friend who we can glean good judgement from, after making bad decisions, and they morph into usable experiences.  Proving it’s never to late to change our goals, or our dreams.  We really don’t need a lot of strength or intelligence to reach our full potential.  It’s the effort, including perseverance that will lead us to greatness.

Let others lead small lives, but not you.  Let others argue over small things, but not you.  Let others cry over small hurts, but not you.  Let others leave their future in someone else’s hands, but not you.   Jim Rohn

I have decided to take charge of my life, and take a chance on me with the blessings of Christ.  Now, when I fall I get back up, and I found the courage to step up to the plate, allowing me to get a grip on my fears.  Also, I have taking on an attitude of reminding myself, if I can’t do me, or anybody else any good, the least I can do is not make matters worse.

We are all in different stages of our life and at different levels in our Faith.  Some of us have experience, and some of us are looking for an inspirational path to take, including the ones who say they don’t care where they are in today’s society.  I don’t believe that.  I believe that to be a loser’s statement, or someone who is truly hurt and trying to cover it with a lackadaisical attitude.  Someone who is lost, without interest, vigor, determination, or just plain lazy.

FYI: Understand that all who wanders is not lost.  But, its best to have an end, an end that is conjoined with every journey we take. (That unmistakable  desire to succeed.)  Certainly our journey’s will change us in one way or another, as surly as night turns into day.  It’s what we take for them is what will matter.

When my time comes and I am standing in Judgement, I want my life roll to state that I was an honest woman with character, and a desire to help others.  And no matter the obstacles I have had to face, I kept the faith, and prayed for strength in order to take charge of me, by refusing to be a mean jealous vindictive old woman.

I am the only one who can make that happen, and succeed because Jesus Christ is my anchor.  His love, challenges me to continue to follow His doctrines, and giving me the resolve to refuse to bow down to those who would attempt to make a lie out of my life.  The Devil, and his cohorts: maybe some of you.  “If the shoe don’t fit don’t wear it,”  but remember we can’t really hide our true nature.

In order to be that person and “Take Charge,”  we need grace and favor from our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, to help us not allow others to dictate our mood.

Our mood can make or break us, so if we don’t manage it well by being angry all the time, and frustrated when things don’t go our way, we will not live a peaceful life.  If we don’t correct our wrongs, we may not be able to resolve any troubling aspects of who we are, causing us to lose ourselves in the process.

I value my character, it represents who I am; And to know the love of Christ, which passes knowledge, that ye might be filled with all the fullness of God.   Ephesians 3:19    “It’s Something to Think About.”

Lord I ask you today to take control of over all our lives, and help us to will surrender to your will.  In Jesus name we pray.  To God Be The Glory.  Amen!

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Posted by on February 22, 2015 in Something To Think About





Posted by on February 22, 2015 in Something To Think About



Whereas ye know not what shall be on the morrow.  For what is your life: It is even a vapor, that appeareth for a little time, and then banished away?   James 4:14

How many times have you said or heard someone say, “I will seize the day, tomorrow?”   Do you not realize tomorrow is not guaranteed, and if you only dwell in the past you will continue to live in the past?  How can we get to the future if we don’t give up the past?

I did not say forget the past and don’t cut yourself short by bragging about things that are yet to come… Boast not thyself of tomorrow; for thou knoweth not what a day may bring forth.   Proverbs 27:1

When we are young, tomorrow is the last thing on our mind, but when we realized we don’t have “All the time in the world,”  our growth starts to prioritize itself.  So there’s a lot of truth in the saying; “All the forces in the world are not so powerful as an idea whose time has come.”   We have to seize the moment because time is fleeting.

Like the old folks say, “Some things come once in a lifetime.”

I have found that those who make the worst of their time is always the first to complain it’s never enough.  So, take into consideration, “The shortest distance to a destination is a straight line, and trying to delay time is a waste of time.  In reality, time does not stand still, only us, and the longest wait is when we are waiting for time to pass.

For some reason, being in a hurry tends to slow the process down, a trick, our mind plays on us.  The Devil got jokes!

It has been said, time heals all wounds, I disagree.  As far as I’m concerned the wounds remain.  But, I do believe in time the mind protects our well-being by covering the scar tissue, and with more time and grace from God, the pain will lessen.

Old injuries, memories, and realities from the past have the power to remind us of the spankings we took.  The hard lessons experienced, learned and hopefully passed on so others may avoid them.  We know some things need time, and we may try to delay them, but try as we may, time will not stand still until we are dead.

Death and time are the realities of life, you can’t avoid them nor slow the process.  But, if you want to live again seek the Kingdom of God.

We need to understand that time can be our friend when used correctly.  A good example can be found in Isaiah 31: But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary, and they shall walk, and not faint.

Our future is the time that is to be or come hereafter, something that will exist or happen; just not yet.  For some, it’s only A Split Second Away.  To God Be The Glory!

For no reason I can think of, we have a tendency to think in terms of years, especially when we are young and under the impression, we have all the time in the world, including, nothing can harm us.  Some take it one day at a time, while others understand not another second is guaranteed.

The good news is: Jesus is Real, get Him and receive Everlasting Life.  It is WrittenVerily, verily, I say unto you. He that believeth on me hath everlasting life.   John 6: 47 KJV

All we need is a split second in time to change everything.  A reason, or an adjustment to look forward to a fantastic future, unless we didn’t try to have one.  I believe, what is for you is for you, whether you earned it or not.  But, if what you received is not of God, caution is required.  The Devil gives gifts too.

Without the blessing of Jesus Christ, our gains are not always what we expect.  The “know it all effect,”  thrown in with just because, can cause the reward to be small.  A price to pay when no effort is involved.

FYI: Those that sow much reap much.  In other words, go to work and help somebody along the way.

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Posted by on February 20, 2015 in Something To Think About



Truman Capote tells us; Failure is the condiment that gives success its flavor.  Often after a slew of fail attempts, success has a well-balanced effect, much like a good meal when all the sides work well with the meat.

Did you know, The bitter truth is better than the sweetest lie.  Yes, the truth hurts, but little white lies often turn into big black holes, and sacrifice calls for self-denial, hard work, dedication, and respect for authority.

Did you know, if your sacrifice did not cost you something worthwhile it was not a sacrifice?  Now, don’t get it twisted, some things we call achievements are really just our responsibilities.

If we never take a chance on how far we can go, we will never know our limits.  Take a risk, and step out of your comfort zone, you may find your purpose or some talent you did not realize you had.  I never could write, and I still can’t, but I do better than I thought because some of you are reading and enjoying me.  Don’t that count for something?

If you want to feel the real satisfaction of what an achievement can bring, make sure the task is difficult.  Anybody can do the simple things and some of what’s mandatory.  It’s the hard things we avoid.  If we put the work in, we may gain the type of success that’s worthwhile.

Remember the choices we make are our own responsibility.  Choose wisely.

Did you know, every family has their black sheep, saints, fools and geniuses?  And not one of them should be treated the same, and not one of them should be thought of any differently than the rest.  Just do unto others as you would have them do unto you, and pray they reciprocate.

Did you know; “The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision?”   Helen Keller

Remember that ole saying, ” I have forgotten more than you will ever know?”   Well, that may be true, but at some point, we all will gain some degree of knowledge, just some more than others.  The success from that knowledge is in the wisdom from the lesson, so in case you didn’t know, that’s what we want to linger.  (The wisdom.)

Did you know, a good friend should tell you the truth?  And their opinions should be valued for their sincerity and truthfulness, if not, find a new friend.  Or change you, if the shoe fits.

FYI: We all have our flaws and our good points, just remember that when taking others into account, you may not be the only one who thinks you’re all that, others may think you are too.  Don’t let them down.

Thank you, Lord, for giving us food for thoughts.  In Jesus name, we pray.

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Posted by on February 19, 2015 in Something To Think About



We all should know it’s what one does that count, not the intentions one has, and plans start out as “good intentions,”  but that doesn’t mean a thing until you put them to work.

“Good intentions often are just that, good intentions, and just another way of saying,  “I am going too.”  Those words are almost as bad as, “When I get the time.”  We may mean well, but neither one of those comments has ever completed anything.

I am going too, are just words devoid of desire, effort, and accountability; although in some instances they are said in good faith.  This still requires action on our part, which is the only guarantee that whatever it is, will happen.

I will be the first concerning this post to admit I am guilty of the “I am-A-Gonna'” crime, knowing that statement has never reached the finish line.  Just saying or wishing and hoping is not enough to get the job done, we have to want too.

It takes perseverance: A steady persistence in a course of action, a purpose, etc., especially in spite of difficulties, obstacles, or discouragement.  And in the sense of Theology, it’s a continuance in a state of grace to the end, leading to eternal salvation.

I am happy to say that after a lifetime, I have finally finished an “I’m-a-gonna.”   I wrote and finished a book.  I Survived 60 Years to Get Cancer, Then Kill It./The Norvie l. Cherry Story and it took 6 long hard years to bear my soul and business.

Since I proved I could finish something, more opportunities have suddenly become available to me.  Some say, “When one door closes another will open.”  Blessed, and with favor from God, has now allowed plenty of opportunities to grace my life, even when I was merely fluffing them off.

Although the rewards would be enormous, I only did just enough to get over, causing me late in life to wonder, “What if I had followed through?”

“Your beliefs become your thoughts, your thoughts become your words, your words become your actions, your actions become your habits, your habits become your values, and your values become your destiny.”   Mahatma Gandhi

My life could have been completely different if I had done a fraction of the things I knew I should have, or for whatever reason, I didn’t.  Go get a mammogram, laziness, no drive, whatever…The truth is: My life was saved because of the love Jesus Christ has for us.  I am a Living Witness that it’s never too late to validate your intentions.

“Desires dictate our priorities and shape our choices, and choices determine our actions.”   Dallin H. Oaks.

Even when we have a few minutes of a great idea, without motivation, we sometimes see our idea being a success for another who pursued it.  I saw my invention on  “As seen on T.V..”   No!  I don’t want to tell you or talk about what it was.  I am still sick of it.

FYI: Life is short and if you’re looking for an extension, you had best do well. ‘Cause there are good deeds and then there are good intentions.  And they are as far apart as Heaven and Hell.  Ben Harper.

Thank you, Lord, for giving us the ability to make good of our intentions to do good become a reality.  In Jesus name, we pray.

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Posted by on February 16, 2015 in Something To Think About



Social: To be involved in activities, friendly, and enjoy the company of others.

Media: Communication; able to speak and or write, and be understood.

Hence, Social Media, what happened to “keep it clean?”

Social Media has arrived on the scene and nothing is the same, especially how we relate to each other, often hiding between words, like the mean-spirited cowards some of us can be…With all this wealth of new information and personal opinions, I still look to the heavens, where all my strengths and common sense comes from.

Through all of the years, I have been here on this earth, no matter how much talking I did no one really heard me.  The reasons are simple; they were not listening, some didn’t respect anything I or others had to say, or they were not interested.  Although we know these things, sometimes we just can’t shut up, even when we know our opinions have fallen on deaf ears.

One of the most important lessons I learned in life was; just because we are right, doesn’t mean we have to point it out to everybody.  Just know what you know, and realize no one can take that from you.  You’ll get a chance to display your God giving talents, or the Devil’s will, if that’s you, soon enough.

I feel like most of us do when we dare to think what we have to say is that important to others, just to get kicked in the head when the rest of the world choose to disagree.  We all want respect and the ears of a good audience when we are speaking.  It’s when we have to listen to others that create a problem.

Who cares about what others have to say anyway?”   That statement is a learning curb that stunts our personal growth.

How many times have you been asked in mid-conversation, “Who died and made you Lord of everything?”   For whatever that mean, the thing is, no one ever let me finish a single sentence, so I know I can’t be the reigning Queen of talk.  (Royal rule)

I would just like to say something without some other taking it to another level, and turning what I began to say into a whole new conversation.  Beginning with, “I said,”  and me ending it with, “No, I did not say that, in the manner of which you are speaking, that’s another conversation, because  “You didn’t let me finish.”   Trust me, that is a conversation I am tired of defending, simply because it was not my original intent in the first place.

I am definitely guilty of having that same disruptive attitude when someone else is speaking; interrupting them in mid-sentence, and on more than one occasion.  But, I believe now, some don’t want to hear what others have to say because; A fool take no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his own opinions.  Proverbs 18:2  ES-V

I believe some stay away from the words of wisdom.  Not me, I have lived long enough to know 99.9 percent of what I am talking about through experience, pain, and joy.  Because of that, I am able to speak on certain subjects with a fair amount of creditability; But when I write, I sometimes can get it right.  No interruptions, even the television has to go.

When writing we have to stop and think first.  When speaking, most times what comes up comes out.  I am not trying to change the subject but, when listening,  “Never take the advice from someone who has never experienced the situation.”   I learn that the hard way.

I know some people think they are so smart, it’s easy for them to answer a question even before it has been asked.  Not me, I still have to listen until I can’t; the perks of a senior citizen.   May I suggest we make our ears listen first, so we can avoid arguments later, and gain knowledge for the effort.

I found joy in life by painting pictures using words of encouragement, and I solved my problem of never being heard by writing down what I have learned in a Blog.  This way I can only be interrupted by my foolishness; which can cause me to lose focus if not careful.   (Phones, etc,)  And I really can spell, but my eyes don’ see the mistakes or my fingers recognize the error.

I said I was happy, not flawless.

Anyway, only those with a thirst for knowledge will read of God’s plans for them and His great mercies, then pass them on without a hitch.  Is that you?  It’s Something To Think About.

When writing; because of the research involved, I have learned more than I expected and I discovered, “There is a difference between happiness and wisdom: “He that thinks himself the happiest man is really so; but he that thinks himself the wisest is generally the greatest fool.”  Francis Bacon

Just because you wrote something, don’t mean others have to appreciate it.  So, don’t get it twisted.  Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.  Plus, its social media, what were you expecting?

Take into consideration, before using your fingers to do all the talking, that this still applies: A whip for the horse, a bridle for the donkey, and a rod for the back of fools. Answer not a fool according to his folly, lest you be like him wise in his own eyes. Whoever send a message by the hand of a fool cuts off his feet, and drinks violence. Like a lame man’s legs, which hang useless, is a proverb in the mouths of fools…  Proverbs 26:3-12

In other words don’t buy unto all you read, hear, or pass it on.  But, as far as I am concerned, if what you wrote, heard, or speaking is rooted in truth, and referenced from the Bible, I will shout it out from the highest hill.  To God Be The Glory!

Did you know, “it only takes a split second of not listening or one-off the wall statement on social media to ruin your entire life, and the lives of others?  So, be careful of what you write for all the world to see.  Words have a tendency to speak out loud and bite us in the butt, with a bigger and more aggressive crowd looking in when we are making a fool out of ourselves.

FYI: As a Living Witness I can verify my words through other people who witnessed what I am speaking about, or from the Bible, which gives clear directions.

Social media is an amazing tool and the ultimate equalizer if used property.  Blowing events and situations out of proportion, including taking things to the dark-side, can make for long-term impacts with fatal conclusions.  Don’t go there.

I believe the whole purpose for social media is to be used as a catalyst for the advancement of everyone’s free speech rights, and another outlet for growth, through knowledge; whether the content is agreed upon or not.

This tool was not meant to slay us as some seem to think, and do.   May I suggest it was invented for all of us to get on the informational highway of life, sharing good news and sound advice to all who would listen.

Thank you Lord Jesus for giving us others way to express ourselves without foolishness coming from our mouths, our hearts, on printed paper, and especially the “new norm.”  The Internet.    In Jesus name we pray.  Amen!

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Posted by on February 14, 2015 in Something To Think About

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