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I have made some ajustments now I have had time to search my

Emotions and inspiration and matched that to what I was required

To put down, It only hit me a few days ago the allegory as regards me

Choosing the mask as my avatar' such a long time ago

Then I am reminded of Moses at the

Red sea and the remark that God was a poor general in His positioning

Of the Jewish people's and I guess Moses did not know what was going

To happen untill a day or so before.'

I've had comments reflecting the mask on my face, on its shine it's indifference? Maybe on Some place a trace? A trickle; a feeling of dread? Maybe fear? Enhancing perception? So many questions marks here.' It's been quite a while now Going on many years, I will address their conceptions; my perception now is more clear' If I venture to speak for the one above all, if I project my persona I'm aware I will fall Its His Glory His-story alone I should serve! In my flesh I'm not worthy not Much I deserve. I have also had moments that none could explain, attempted theft of my children once A satanists aim, in a place i had stopped off' in unfamiliar surrounds, it defies coincidence T'was way beyond all. All reasonings bounds, so back to the mask, to its purpose it's use? I beleive it's God's action; now that the whole world 'in sooth' maybe ordered to wear them Is the the rumour of truth' to protect from a sickness, is what I hear; so to my experience they now draw more near' The Lords work; and will, now is come to be seen, for He is not be mocked; they will wear their Derision as his work becomes plain! To be 'reminded' divide from the world; from its Its sin, and it's sickness it's anger its pain.

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