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    hullabaloo
    hullabaloo
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    My name is Patricia, and I read the Book about half-way through some years ago.  I’ve recently experienced a spiritual aridity, and I’m hoping to find refreshment here.

    #22456
    Mara
    Mara
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    I’m hoping to find refreshment here.

    Welcome, Patricia, to this place (sort of).  I hope you find us friendly.  I’ve been a reader for a few years.  I found the Book on my own bookshelf!  I had a shelf full of “spiritual” texts, including the Bible  and other books.  My life at the time was awful and I was a mess.  When I opened up the Book and began reading random pages, I knew I had my hands on something unique.

    :-)

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    Nigel Nunn
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    Hi Patricia — and welcome !!

    Our forum may be a quiet little place, but it’s very friendly.  Looking forward to all your comments!

    Nigel

    #22461
    hullabaloo
    hullabaloo
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    Thank you.  I’m sure I’ll find spiritual refreshment here.

    #22468
    André
    André
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    Welcome Patricia,

    French reader from Montreal. Hope you’ll find what your are looking for.

    Ask it will be answer, knock, the door will open.  :)

    Share is Godlike.

    Looking forward to share all  together.

    André

    #22470
    hullabaloo
    hullabaloo
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    Thank you.

    #22515
    Bradly
    Bradly
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    Welcome Patricia aka hullabaloo!!   Welcome to our little family banquet….hope you find the table attractive and the soul food tasty and plentiful.  There is always room for more here to share with and care for one another.  Please feel free to post any topic or question for discussion as you rediscover the Urantia Papers.

    Bradly

    #47494
    richsachs
    richsachs
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    this is an increasingly fertile land.

    81:6.4 (907.1) At the opening of the Andite era there were only two extensive and fertile open hunting areas in all the world. One was in North America and was overspread by the Amerinds; the other was to the north of Turkestan and was partly occupied by an Andonic-yellow race. The decisive factors in the evolution of a superior culture in southwestern Asia were race and climate. The Andites were a great people, but the crucial factor in determining the course of their civilization was the increasing aridity of Iran, Turkestan, and Sinkiang, which forced them to invent and adopt new and advanced methods of wresting a livelihood from their decreasingly fertile lands.

    My name is Patricia, and I read the Book about half-way through some years ago. I’ve recently experienced a spiritual aridity, and I’m hoping to find refreshment here.

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