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« Reply #35 on: Tue Apr 09, 2002 - 22:09:43 »
People are crying up here because of the oil workers strike in your country. I guess they'll have to park their SUVs and get out their bicycles pretty soon.
The chess evangelism is a great touch, kind of "God's Gambit" if you get my meaning. Dialog is such a marvelous way to interact for the Kingdom.
Do you have any place in Venezuela comparable to the Agora in Greek cities? A place where people actually go to discuss things? Not like our malls, which are temples to consumerism, but a real place to meet and discuss. That's something that simply does not exist in the States, unless someone knows of a spot like Hyde Park or the Greek Agora.

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« Reply #36 on: Wed Apr 10, 2002 - 06:07:25 »
Seekr, the last time I went roller skating I did a perfect 360 and landed on my feet. Everyone thought I did it on purpose, but it was a pure accident, and God was gracious or it would have been a bad fall. I felt God had given me a good warning and I have not been skating since. Still, if I could skate as well as you I might try it again. I did rent a pair of roller blades and tried them out, but I began to go too fast and could not figure out how to stop. Blessedly, the terrain leveled off and I made it through that. Now, I have put that on the list of things not to do.

 

     
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