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Faith, An Acquired Taste

Faith is a purchased, acquired taste; when faith well tested often left little trace – auto insur., house insur., marriage certificate, legal documents galore, the myth of a handshake, like the welcome at the door, even the priest not free to freely explore, known for his faithless donations, and perhaps nameless more – “Praise the Lord, and pass the ammunition” – we trust in God's Love, but for human failures of faith, settle for contrition after contrition – “Turn the other cheek”, but never to the point of retreat – man's victories, arguably his soul's defeat –

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