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TITLE: To Dare Or Not To Dare
By Ken Ebright
09/09/08
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I need grammar help with this story. Especially in the area of commas, I have been told that I have run on sentences ect.
Confronting people with the truth can be hard. The question is do we dare to share the truth or do we dare not to share the truth.

If we dare to share them the truth we risk getting into an argument. If we get into an argument, we risk a friendship or a relationship with a family member.

If we dare to share the truth we could change someone's life for the better. We also could improve a relationship and make it more intimate.

If we dare not to share the truth, we prolong the inevitable. Again we could damage a relationship with that special friend or brother or sister.

It is also possible that maybe the truth is best not said. Sometimes people haft to learn the hard way. So it could be better not to share people the truth

It goes back to the initial question do we dare to share the truth or do we dare not to. Why do things haft to be so hard?

The answer is to pray about it, and ask the Lord do you dare or not dare.
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