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Jeff Rushton

There is but one

In the beginning of life many are taught to follow a religion, a belief, a never-ending plight.
'There is only one true religion, ' many say but they truth is they all have some truth or they would not maintain their stay.
I believe I know the truth, enough to never sway or fall aloof.
This is what matters most, a belief in something beyond your self.
A belief that is right in your mind, a belief that answers all of your questions every time. A belief that is familiar to you, one that brings back old memories, long before youth. Truth is the greatest foundation for any man, for there in lies the basis for any plan.
Truly wonderful beliefs are those that do not ooze in grief, deceit, dishonest retreat, back-biting, fighting, and anything uninviting.
Many search, many find, some give up and retreat to a life of unexplained time
There is but one

Submitted: Wednesday, September 03, 2008
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