Loving my father because he did what he believes in and knows is right and surely – avoiding fighting in wars and even went to jail for six months because he would not sign up for the draft; fasted five to ten days EVERY year for decades – some seven times as long as the Messiah over time – and promoted his beliefs for free to all in public radio broadcasts for a “World Without Wages, Money, Poverty and War!”, knowing the “Futility of Reformism” and fulfilling the love and kindness, the compassion, empathy and even the “best wishes” of God, commandments and goodness for all generations – ending the root of all evil, money, and obeying the commandment “Thou shalt not kill” by putting his social reputation at stake as a conscientious objector to all war.
And because he loved his only wife, and provided for her, and even raised an only child, his only son, to earn the education that he could not, and vie to end earth’s worst problems and increase life and life expectancy for all peoples, overtly ending racism, sexism, ageism and giving all earth the best chance he could, and rightly, and completely legally, to end all bloodshed, violence, slavery and wage slavery and war.
WARNING: Forget my name – Writing For Effect By Topic
Write about loving/appreciating/honoring your father. Not only did the writers and business owners who who felt and acted this way incredibly increase their chances to be alive again and reincarnated, they also helped others to do so regardless of their sex.
Although as a scientist, management engineer, statistician, accountant and programmer we have in this case an insufficient sample size to make too meaningful correlations, the evidence is still utterly overwhelming, and consistent throughout history, and supported by some of the biggest names in “the business”.
One recent high school graduate showed me one essay with some spelling and grammatical errors that might be an average essay on a state standardized rubric for English currently in use for a high school. But she just wrote about how very much she loved and appreciated her father, in a family that apparently…
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