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6 Responses to “Wagons Without Springs”

  1. David Naugle says:

    Wasn’t humor part of wilberforce’s charm?

  2. Ray Blunt says:

    Indeed, Humor was what made Wilberforce winsome to both sides of the debate. But before his “great change” he used it to skewer and humiliate his opponents. Redemption goes deep. On another note, I’ve always believed, seeing ducks walk on land, that God has a sense of humor.

  3. John Rankin says:

    Humor is the art of surprise, and we cannot surprise ourselves and others without first knowing human nature and the given culture, and that is why it can be hard to translate. And yes, it is the predicate for being successful in serious matters.

  4. John Chaffin says:

    May God ever increase my sense of humor.

  5. Barnabas says:

    Blessed is the person that can laugh at themselves, as they will never cease to be entertained.

  6. says:

    To be delighted is fairly very easy, exactly determine to be a pleased individual. Abraham Lincoln noted that lots of people for most of the moment can select how delighted or pressured, how loosened up or bothered, just how intense or plain their outlook to be. The selection is easy definitely, pick to be delighted.
    Mr. Schorn

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