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Hillsage
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Hillsage

One for Him and Him for all, Male, from The land of OZ

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    Gender:
    Male
    Region or City:
    The land of OZ
    Occupation:
    D.C.
    Country:
    United States
    Faith:
    Charismatic
    Marital Status:
    Married
    bible and bicycling

    About my User name; Hillsage. I live on the only hill, at the end of a road named Sage hill. I know that real sages are pretty old and live on a mountain. So I figured since I'm old-er-ish and live on a hill I might could qualify as a Hillsage. But if I don't qualify, then it was still just too cool of a name to not use it. So if anything I say sounds Sage-ish, you can thank God. And if it just sounds stupid, then blame me. :)

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    ~You can’t grasp what you can’t comprehend and you can’t comprehend what you aren’t familiar with~

    St. Jerome wrote: "They write down not what they find but what they think is the meaning; and while they attempt to rectify the errors of others, they merely expose their own" (Jerome, Epist. lxxi.5).
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