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Topic: Hunger (11/08/04)

TITLE: Ambidextrous
By george elerick
11/14/04

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The sunbeams cascaded through the dust eaten venetian blinds that had blocked the sun for years.

The plants had found themselves without care since the last caretaker had died due to a deyhdration. They had been so thirsty, so dry, so needy.

They had no soil to draw from, nothing to keep them growing. Nothing at all.

These plants were left in defecit. They had been left, disregarded by themselves.

We need to be as these plants, except that we should always be satisfied, and never be satisfied at the same time, an ambidextrous satisfaction. That is our goal, find our sole satisfaction that Christ is the ONLY person who can supply us, and at the same time, to never get enough of Christ. Always maintain our hungry status. That is our goal, our passion should be this.


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WENDY DECKER11/15/04
Very interesting take on the topic. Good insight.
Cyndy McNaul-Nelson11/15/04
George;
Through reading your other articles, I can tell you are a man of few words. At first, I struggled with some of your use of words. Then I dwelled on those words and found the deeper meaning I believe you were trying to make. I concluded that you accomplished what you had set out to do in your writing. Thanks. I appreciated the article. cyndy
Henry Swart11/16/04
"be satisfied, and never be satisfied...' I like that, George. Well said.
Anthony David11/17/04
Short but succulent!
Deborah Anderson11/19/04
A lot said, in a short amount of space. God bless you.
Karen O'Leary11/19/04
Creative slant to the topic. I like your short format to convey the message. Good job!!
Mitzi Busby11/20/04
George, very concise. I like it!