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This piece I wrote for one of my colleagues who was having difficulty learning to use the new computer at work.
In this technologically advanced world filled
with "Real TV" and DVD's I wonder where I can
find peace. A peace so beautiful and all
consuming, a peace that Paul describes as,
"One that passes all understanding."
Where to find it in a world filled with
gigabytes, and hard drives advancing so
rapidly that it seeks to engulf my very
soul. I want to scream "Stop, just let
Then I will seek a place filled not with
computers and keyboards, a place where
the written word within the "Book of Life,"
fills the air and seeks to calm my restless
soul. In that place I commune with God,
And my spirit is renewed once more, and the
peace that now engulfs me is one that I
understand. It is the peace that comes
from the grace, and the Love of the
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