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Old 09-28-2012, 07:08 AM
 
Location: Maryland
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4 Maccabees 1 CEB - The principle of clear thinking - I

This describes how I grew myself after entering the public elementary school system at age 6 first grade. My first continuing memory starter begins the day I stepped into the Van Ness Elementary School first grade in S.E. D.C. The chapter above is consistent with my mental health. It's a relief to have a document like this for me.

I came upon it in the 21st Century. (b.1929). I had already been discussing ETHICS on Internet for years. This is like how I use Spinoza's ETHICS. It's KISSes ETHICS for me.

I wish all mental health professionals would be encouraged to use this Chapter from a very popular book collection under one binding.
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