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  1. Your article reaffirms for me the message in a signature I used to use to end my email messages. I don’t use it anymore for my emails, but I still use it to remind myself that I am responsible for the consequences of what I do.

    Ut credo ago, ut sum creo.
    As I believe, I act; as I am, I create.

    Thanks

  2. I spend some time online debating violent people who hate me for my genetics and beliefs. I recently was communicating with some people struggling with a cult I used to be in who started out reasonable saying that Biblical discipline is not to punish but to get a child’s attention. Then it got to the point where they were punishing children with many beatings a day sometimes causing bruises and bleeding. I didn’t know it was happening when I was there but I found myself empathizing with their position and wonder if I have a sort of Stockholm syndrome.

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