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Worried and troubled about many things

Luke 10v41

“And Jesus answered and said to her, “Martha, Martha you are worried and troubled about many things.”

AHA! Too many worries and troubles swathe our lives. True? Worries and troubles are different meanings. Trouble creates worry. Worry might create trouble. Others are in trouble but do not worry. Some worry even when no trouble exist!

That’s how life is for believers and no believers. Life has troubles, life has challenges, life has amazingly beautiful moments and experiences. Humans follow the ups and the downs.  We seek to live a life in full, hoping that throughout life will be smooth and joyful. The truth is that no circumstances, no wealth, no human beings, no possessions – physical, emotional or spiritual – had ever succeeded to bring effortless and joyful life to none! If anyone declares so…s/he definitely lies!

It is what it is! Be realistic! Above all, be honest with yourself and towards others. Such testimonies are great, as they allow other people to feel that they are not the only “insane” in this world. Don’t be afraid; say what it is true and beneficial.

It is true that Martha worried a lot. She worried about practicalities, about how to serve others, how other people treat her instead to simply keep her eyes on Jesus. At times, we need to do nothing, including not cooking for the quests (read the story of Mary and Martha) but just focus on Jesus. There is time for cooking; there is time for focusing.

This is a large issue within the Christian community. There are Christians who trust the Lord but misunderstand that it is a relationship where each part contributes. They trust that all eventually be done by the Lord so they become a kind of lazy, idle people, contributing nothing to themselves, family, community. Eventually they even become depressed. In few… “they focus on to Jesus without cooking anything to eat”.

Along with this matter, we have differences among Christians and no Christians, especially within family, working place etc. Martha’s complain was (she even attacked Jesus Himself…You not care…):

Luke 10v40b

“Lord, do You not care that my sister has left me to serve alone? Therefore tell her to help me.”

As I have said in the past both Martha and Mary were right in their own ways. Nevertheless, there are affairs of importance as of urgency. We need to understand the difference.

All we need is to increase in wisdom, to understand what is what and when is what. Let it go when we have to, becoming less controlling, enjoy and being thankful for who we are in Him and what we are provided with.

Worry when it is time to worry; let it go when there is no purpose to worry. There is no purpose in becoming worriers. There is purpose in becoming pro-active. As it was wisely said “stop being reactive and become proactive”.



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Luke 9v54b-56a

“Lord, do You want us to command fire to come down from heaven and consume them just as Elijah did?”

But He turned and rebuked them, and said, “You do not know what manner of spirit you are of.

“For the Son of Man did not come to destroy men’s lives but to save them.”

The disciples were very passionate men. Do you agree? The Lord speaks to His disciples and clarifies violence and peace in a solid way. The disciples motivated by the actions during the Old Testament era want to use their authority bringing violence-oriented solution than a peace-making one. They are obviously influenced and guided through the scriptures out of the Books of the Old Testament, as so many Christians of today do.

This teaching seems and is very relevant to a previous one, the “His full wrath or His mercy?”

I like the reaction of Jesus Christ! He rebuked them! He did not advise them, He did not just explained. He really wanted to shake them, so they do not forget. By this time, they had spent rather much time with Him. They should have known better!

“You do not know what manner of spirit you are of.” What a respond, what a declaration! That was the problem with the disciples – and so many of Christians today. We are not of the world, we are not of the Old Testament era. We are of Father, Son and Holy Spirit, we are of the New Testament era, the era of Grace and not of Wrath/condemnation. Truly, the time of separation and judgement will come. Then again, we are not still there.

Our God is not a god of violence. We respond to evil with good and kindness. The end of this world as we know it will come and it will come in a violent way. Yet, the violence that exists in our days is not of God but of Satan who tries to kill, steal and destroy.

We are of a certain manner of spirit. We should not forget that our body is the temple of the Holy Spirit. Jesus Christ while on earth as the Son of Man was never violent against men. He acted violent when He destroyed the tables in the Temple but He did not violate any human being. Instead, He received violence upon Him with no complains. He kept ceasing His disciples to act violent in more than one occasions.

Many read the following verse

Matthew 10v34

“Do not think that I came to bring peace on earth. I did not come to bring peace but a sword.”

and they feel free to forcefully act upon others or justify acts of war and violence. They combine it with two other ingredients: the fierce acts within Old Testament era and the truth that God is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow. A good receipt to manipulate the Word and cover insecurities, fears and personal violent nature. They need to read the verses before and after to understand the context where Matthew 10:34 applies.

It speaks about separation due to faith, it speaks about persecution at individual level within families or expanding within communities and so forth. We, believers, are and will be violated, treated with no peaceful way. It is not us to act as such.

We do not have peace due to others or to circumstances. We have peace because we are one with Him, He gives us peace, a peace that is not of the world. He gives us His peace and teaches us how to keep it. He teaches us how to be peacemakers not war makers.

As we already read: “For the Son of Man did not come to destroy men’s lives but to save them.”

The Lord came to save lives spiritually, providing redemption and reconciliation. Still, at the same time He provided physical salvation/healing through all the miracles He performed. He did so that they did not suffer as He had compassion on them. He did it to glorify the Father.

I believe that our work is to imitate Jesus. Choosing to save lives than destroying them through violent and manipulating teachings, decisions, acts that have nothing to do with the manner of the spirit we are of.








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Friends travel together through life…no matter the transportation, D.S. ©


I do not know about you but talking about my life, I have to say that friends are so important. When still an atheist, friends were the number one in my life. Since I became a Christian, God is number one and very, very close my friends follow.

I can’t imagine how my life would have been if not with my friends. I always try to respect them and stay loyal to them. True friends remain passionate for each other even when they have not seen each other for long time. When they meet… is like no time passed by!

What friendship means? Is it an important relationship in our life? Can we exist without friendship? What is the definition of friendship?

Searching back in time we can locate the first definition of friendship through the writings of wise ancient Greek philosophers (philosopher = a word that means “friend of wisdom”. Philia means friendship in Greek, Sophia is wisdom = do the maths!)

Checking in Wikipedia under Aristotle & Philia, we read:

“Aristotle gives examples of Philia including:

“young lovers (1156b2), lifelong friends (1156b12), cities with one another (1157a26), political or business contacts (1158a28), parents and children (1158b20), fellow-voyagers and fellow-soldiers (1159b28), members of the same religious society (1160a19), or of the same tribe (1161b14), a cobbler and the person who buys from him (1163b35).”[2]

In his Rhetoric, Aristotle defines the activity involved in Philia as:

“Wanting for someone what one thinks good, for his sake and not for one’s own, and being inclined, so far as one can, to do such things for him” (1380b36–1381a2)”

And when we look at Friendship, we read:

“In recent times, it is postulated that modern American friendships have lost the force and importance they had in antiquity. C.S.Lewis for example, in his The four Loves writes:

To the Ancients, Friendship seemed the happiest and most fully human of all loves; the crown of life and the school of virtue. The modern world, in comparison, ignores it. We admit of course that besides a wife and family a man needs a few ‘friends’. But the very tone of the admission, and the sort of acquaintances which those who make it would describe as ‘friendships’, show clearly that what they are talking about has very little to do with that Philía which Aristotle classified among the virtues …”

Apologies if I overwhelmed you with too much information. It was necessary, as it seems that in our days everybody searches for a friend but we have forgotten what friendship is and how it is applied – at least, in some cultures and societies.

Friendship takes two! It is like tango: it takes two to tango! As any other relationship, it does take two committed people, it does take effort, it does take communication and mostly, it does take LOVE!

Who taught us to be friends? Nobody! We learnt on the way and so many times, we got it wrong!

Aristotle told us what Friendship is. He gave us its definition. The very true and interesting observation is that friendship is not a limited love. It is an Unconditional Love. It is attached to lovers, nations, towns, colleagues, neighbours, churches, mosques, synagogues, tribes and clans. Friendship exists within other relationships. There is friendship between couples (not only lovers or parents), between co-workers, between believers. Any other kind of Love includes the meaning of Friendship.

Though, it is the Lord who comes to teach us what friendship is, through that amazing book called Bible – the written word of God:

What can we learn?

  • To be called friend IS IMPORTANT;

James 2v23

“Abraham believed God, and it was credited to him as righteousness,” and he was called God’s friend.”

ü  We share important things, small and big with friends;

John 15v15

“…no longer call you servants, because a servant does not know his master’s business. Instead, I have called you friends, for everything that I learned from my Father I have made known to you.”

  • Friends are not only important, they are a necessity in life;

Ecclesiastes 4v10

“If one falls down, his friend can help him up. But pity the man who falls and has no one to help him up!”

  • A true friend is a friend forever, especially through the difficult times. A true friend is more important than blood or just a fellow believer;

Proverb 18v24

“A man of many companions may come to ruin, but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother.”

  • A friend acts in a certain way, as described below;

Proverb 17v17

“A friend loves at all times…”

John 15v13

“Greater love has no one than this that he lay down his life for his friends.”

The last scripture speaks tons! That’s how Jesus proved that He is our friend: He gave His life for us.

As we meditate on the above, let’s think – be honest – whether we have truly loved our friends, whether we have appreciated them and let them know that we have. (Keep remembering that friendship needs feeding, independently of its length in time.)

Let’s remind our self that the closest and greater friend we have is Jesus. Do we truly appreciate Him? Do/will/have we really give (n) our life for our Friend?

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We read and study the Bible, again and again same scriptures provides new inspiration and guidance comes to our life through the Holy Spirit. Bible is alive! That’s what happened today studying the following verse:

Hosea 11v7-9

“My people are bent on backsliding from Me,

Though they call to the Most High,

None at all exalt Him.

“How can I give you up, Ephraim?

How can I hand you over, Israel?

How can I make you like Admah?

How can I set you like Zeboiim?

My heart churns within Me;

My sympathy is stirred.

I will not execute the fierceness of My anger;

I will not again destroy Ephraim.

For I am God, and not man,

The Holy One in your midst;

And I will not come with terror.

(Note 1: when I started this meditation and study, I was reading the Greek translation. I noticed two differences appearing between the NKJV and the Greek one:

My sympathy is stirred is translated as My internals (all internal organs – σπλαχνα) became emotional (moved in an emotional way).

I will not again destroy Ephraim is I will not destroy Ephraim. (the word again is not present)

I mention those differences as the Greek expressions are emphatic, showing more extreme emotions.

I always struggle with those various translations of the Bible…huge differences at times…anyway, this is another topic.)

The inspiration and guidance reflected at first to who God is. We forget that God is God and not a man. We fail when we try to compare Him to our human nature, habits, and characteristics. I feel that we are trapped every so often due to the fact that our Lord Jesus Christ came in human form and lived on earth.

The second reflection lays on God’s anger. His people had not follow His commandments, they did acknowledge Him to the level to call upon Him but not really worship Him as their master. They did not exalt Him. It was not a true love but a convenient one!

God was angry. Nevertheless, He did a conscious decision not to execute the fierceness of His anger.

(Note 2: for some relevant impetus I would like to refer you to a previous teaching entitled “His wrath or His mercy”.)

The whole picture amazed me. Recently I witnessed conversations debating whether when we are provoked in ways that might lead to inappropriate actions, we ought to remember that we are Christians and ambassadors of God. The debater supported that we do not need to do so as the Holy Spirit lives inside us. It is normal not to have negative feelings with the effect acting inappropriate. Otherwise the Holy Spirit is not within us.

It is a fact that our body is the temple of the Holy Spirit but if God Himself thinks and decides when and whether He acts upon His fierceness of His anger, how much more we are “allowed” to remember who we are and block our feelings becoming acts.

We still have a chance! Most of the times it is creative – not to mention obligatory –  to take that chance and do our best through Christ. Remember: we might be the only Bible that one reads. The responsibility is great and not to be taken lightly.

Last but not least, I was reminded and stunned at/by God’s love.

My heart churns within Me;

My sympathy is stirred.

…and His love replaced His ferocious anger. What a God!






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You have made known to me the path of life;

You will fill me with joy in your presence,

With eternal pleasures at Your right hand.

Psalm 16:11


Time, indeed, is a sacred gift,

And each day is a little life.

Sir John Lubbock


 I have noticed that there are four basic (and more if we combine the basics) categories of people:

  • The ones living in the past
  • The ones living in the future
  • The ones living for the moment
  • The ones living at the moment

I promised long- long time ago – years ago – that I would live at the moment. I truly felt “awarded” for this decision through time, especially, this past year.

Living in the past means that we focus on what happened in the past, our past experiences and we are missing what’s happening today, at this moment.

Living in the future means that we are dreaming, planning for what will happen next moment, next day, next month, next year or so on. Again we miss what is happening today.

Living for the moment means I do as it comes and as it is convenient today, this second, this moment without conscience of how this will shape life, how will affect beloved ones and the consequences out of it. It is mostly about pleasure and quick fixes.

Living at the moment means to truly live what is happening at this moment, act based on principles, values and doing what is needed to be done without allowing the influence of what happened or will happen or just for the pleasure of the moment. What I do today will influence the future but I do not try to predict the future or just do something that will e.g.  reduce my stress this moment and bring damage later on. It is to really be present without wavering back and forward and fully using the conscience.

Decisions taken and choices chosen which might  seem irrational or difficult or abnormal, were probably not paid back from the source that I was expecting but they did pay pack in a completely unexpected way and from an unexpected source. What we sow, we reap – or as we say: what goes around comes around.

It might appear that my writing today comes out of pride or arrogance, but no! I speak with a humble way, as I have been humbled too many times. I fully acknowledge that all happenings are out of the Grace and Mercy of God Almighty. There are a lot of times that I faced death but I am still alive, not out of my own strength but and only through Jesus Christ.

Philippians 4:13 “I can do everything through Him who gives me strength”

As I write this post, my mind moves forward, backward, left and right. I started remembering all lessons learnt slowly that I could conclude with a list of what I remembered and reconfirmed:

  • My Master is the Lord and nobody else;
  • Life is difficult, still, the point is what do I do about it (being proactive);
  • One voice is important; one person can bring a lot of changes in this world;
  • I am what I believe, think and eat;
  • Life is long enough to enjoy, enjoy, enjoy each moment but do not become arrogant;
  • Be kind, polite, understanding but not tolerant when I have to stand for the truth;
  • What’s happening today, it will not necessarily be repeated tomorrow;
  • Relationships are of vital importance in our lives; relationships are commitments by definition, otherwise, they  are just casual acquaintances;
  • Commitment is not for ever; it lasts for as long as the relationship lasts; the relationship lasts as long as we want to and work on it; and Commitment is about respecting, behaving with dignity, being honest, straightforward, speak the things with their name and not just moving around them without saying the truth and the important.

You probably make no sense of what I say today, nevertheless inside my heart does make sense. Sometimes, we do not know how to present what our inside converses about, so please forgive me.


“The warrior knows an old saying: “if regrets could kill…”

And he knows that regrets can kill; they slowly eat away at the soul of someone who has done something wrong and they lead eventually to self-destruction.

The warrior does not want to die like that. When he acts perversely or maliciously – because he is a man of many faults – he is never too ashamed to ask forgiveness.

If possible, he does his best to repair the wrong he has done. If the injured party is dead, then he does some good turn to a stranger and offers up that deed to the soul that he wounded.

A warrior of light has no regrets, because regrets can kill. He humbles himself and undoes the wrong he has done”

From the “Manual of the Warrior of Light”

By Paulo Coelho


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A Plentiful Harvest© DS

Last week, through the scriptures, we learned that we should live our lives by the Spirit. The fruits of the Spirit are:

…love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.

It is important to remember that “Fruits are the shown qualities of our lives and not the deeds produced.”

Also, we were taught that “what we sow, we reap”. If we plant good, we harvest good, if evil, we reap evil. It is essential, crucial and vital that we are doing what we do with a pure heart, not for our glory but for God’s glory; this is the most important condition to have a good harvest.

Some more thoughts:

The fact that we are not saved by our works but by grace, it does not mean that it is not vital to have fruits in our lives. As we live by the Spirit – the Holy Spirit – the Spirit’s fruits should be produced eventually. It is a natural outcome.

My personal understanding is that I cannot truly, fully change my own self. What I can do is to make a decision that I need to improve, keep myself within the Word of God, study, meditate, pray, fast practice fellowship use practical tools, direct my thoughts and make the appropriate choices at each moment,. The truth is that it is the Holy Spirit who will change me in time or instantly according to God’s unfailing wisdom.  He has the powerhouse and as it is written in Zechariah 4v6: “So he said to me, “This is the word of the Lord to Zerubbabel: ‘Not by might nor by power, but by my Spirit,’ says the Lord Almighty.”

Hosea 10v12: “Sow for yourselves righteousness, reap the fruit of unfailing love, and break up your unploughed ground; for it is time to seek the Lord, until he comes and showers righteousness on you.”

It is us who need to break the ground! Nobody else can do it in our place. We take the decision and make the choices. As we crack the ground, the Lord moves us to the next level, without even us understand it. 

2Corinthians 9v6: “Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously.”

We do know that what WE sow, WE reap. It is not what our spouse sows, what our Pastor or friend sow, it is not what the Devil sows; it is what WE sow! This is an action that we should have control on. It is under our own power/willingness/desire or call it whatever you like. Good gets good, evil gets evil, generosity gets generously, sin brings destruction, sparingly produce thinly results. Our job is to sow righteousness and the harvest will follow.

We spend a lot of energy trying to figure out what we will sow and how the harvest will be, when it will be. It is a planning/program mostly than something that comes out of our heart, as the Lord asks us to plough. When it comes from the heart, it is spontaneous and absolutely natural. We do not plan it; we do not look at the assumptions, at the red tapes of it, at the deadlines. It is not a program managing! We do not calculate how many “seeds” we planted and equal it to “so much” produce.  The picture is not such as “I gave so much to that person, I am expecting so much from him or her”.

When actions come from the heart, they are performed through the qualities of Holy Spirit, equal to qualities of our personality, equal to Fruits of the Spirit.

Once upon a time, an old lady, Martha, was taking small steps towards her house door. She lost her balance and off she went on the ground. A young lady, Katie, was just passing by and run close to the elder woman, helped her to stand up, checked whether she was ok, any pain, any injury and made sure that the old lady arrived safely inside her home. Martha and Katie never met again. Katie never wondered why Martha did not try to find her, thanked her, brought her a gift or invited her in a friendship. Katie reacted spontaneously out of her “good heart” as we say. The Fruits of the Spirit – the qualities of her personality – acted for her. She never calculated the harvest before the action or later on. This is the way that we should envisage each seed we place. We need to trust the Lord that He will provide the best harvest in our lives no matter from where, by whom, in which way, how much and when. We need to trust the Lord that He is just and fair. We need to trust the Lord that He knows the perfect time, the perfect place and the perfect path.

We need to trust the Holy Spirit that He will continue to reveal the Fruits in our lives, to guide us in each step and counsel us.

It looks as if Christians wait for the Lord to do all. He could! He is able and capable. But we ought to remind ourselves that we are here on earth for specific reasons:

  • To worship the Lord;
  • To be His ambassadors;
  • To do His Will;
  • To fulfil His purpose in our lives;
  • To be His servants and work for His Kingdom;
  • To trust Him FULLY AND IN ALL;

We exist to serve the Lord and not for the Lord to serve us!

Above all, remember that the Greatest Harvest is to take place in the coming future and it will be a Harvest that the Lord will crop!

Revelation 14v15

“Then another angel came out of the temple and called in a loud voice to him who was sitting on the cloud, “Take your sickle and reap, because the time to reap has come, for the harvest of the earth is ripe.”

Matthew 7v20

“Thus, by their fruit you will recognize them.”

The Fruits of each person is the way to recognize who is who. I highlight that it is not our job to judge others. The recognition is useful so we separate the false prophets from the honest ones. We have always the right of our own choices. We can choose what, when and where we sow, in whose field we will get involved, whom we will listen to, how we walk the path ahead us. We cannot blame anybody else for anything we despise in us or in our lives; not even Satan! When Jesus Christ was sacrificed for us, He gave us the chance of choices and freedom!

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 Tulips  ,© DS 2010



Looking at the flowers (see photo) as they started blooming, their story comes to my mind. They were just seeds [tulips grown from seeds often need five to eight years of growth before plants are flowering size. Commercial growers harvest the bulbs in late summer and grade them into sizes; bulbs large enough to flower are sorted and sold, while smaller bulbs are sorted into sizes and replanted. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulip#Cultivation)]. I am not sure whether they came from Germany or Holland but anyway, I bought them here in Northern Ireland and I did plant the bulbs sometime around October 2009. To summarise, they were seeds and grew up to flowering bulbs within 5-8 years – somewhere in the world; they travelled up to a Garden Centre of NI and somebody (me) just chose and planted the bulbs 6 months ago. A long trip isn’t it? A trip that is long in distance and time. Around three months ago, they started shooting their leaves, the weather was still cold or to say almost freezing. They continue growing and recently their flowers spurted in the middle of the leaves. They were so small but so firm and so green. I could not remember what colours they should be but I waited for the surprise. And here they are: long stems, straight, strong and so red! Notice the photo more: still one is to come!

Now, I can watch them every day from my kitchen window, admire them not only for their beauty but for the long trip they took. I do remind myself as I look at them how many of us have experienced those long trips of dreams, desires and survivals.

One thing comes to my heart: Savour the moment! Each moment is so unique. Everything changes each second and savouring the moment gives dignity and honour to that moment.

We read in the Book of Ecclesiastes chapter 3 and verses from 1 up to and 11:

There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven:

A time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot,

A time to kill and a time to heal, a time to tear down and a time to build,

A time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance,

A time to scatter stones and a time to gather them, a time to embrace and a time to refrain,

A time to search and a time to give up, a time to keep and a time to throw away,

A time to tear and a time to mend, a time to be silent and a time to speak,

A time to love and a time to hate, a time for war and a time for peace.

He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the hearts of men; yet they cannot fathom what God has done from beginning to end.

The point that I am trying to make is to bring the story of those tulips in parallel with our stories and the purpose in our lives. Each one of us was created by our Creator in a unique way and for a unique purpose. Like the tulips, we started as a seed and we are growing till we flourish and come to the fulfilment of our purpose, to stand firm, straight and colourful as they stand. Few days from now they will start dying as flowers but their seeds will go back to the soil and their bulbs will multiply, next spring more tulips will come to visit my garden!

It is not an easy trip that they had till now. They travelled long distances, they went through freezing winters and they spend long periods in dormant condition. But each period had its purpose even if the Tulips (us) could not understand it. Reading again this famous part of the Book of Ecclesiastes we can realize that life is full of different times, times that come in contradiction, times that are unpleasant, full of conflicts but all pass and the times of love, peace, harvesting come as well.

Nobody has promised that the journeys will be easy but looking towards the purpose, we can start breaking the big pictures in more detailed ones and understanding each time’s objective.

Who could know what was hiding down there inside the soil when the bulbs were still underneath? Who knew whether they had survived the wild freezing winds and the snow? And one day their first leaves appeared and spoke to me: “here we are”; and still who could imagine their beauty when they presented their flowers, their hiding gifts? And still here they are, an evidence of their existence.

When we savour the moment as IT IS  and cherish it in our heart even when we do not understand it, we still get the knowledge of it at the proper moment and we savour this new moment and finally all the purpose will unfold in front of our eyes step by step, moment by moment.

That’s why it is important to savour the moment. No moments go waste. They most likely seem as just a seed but in time and through more moments they will become beautiful flowers, beautiful deeds, dreams will take place, visions will be fulfilled.

As we take pleasure, appreciate, value each moment we open the door to new opportunities, opportunities which bring us in higher levels. When we are delight in small moments we will become qualified to the next promotion. If we discard the moment, please, do not expect any promotion. It is about appreciation and recognition.

By savouring the moment we do give value to its purpose and existence. We acknowledge that is a part of the whole journey.

Enjoy each moment of this day and savour them all! They will never be repeated the same way! They are unique as we are!

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