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October 26, 2006

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John

Living Life Game (Romherst, Inc.) is such an example of a for profit gift that at the beginning donated money to charity and so is UncommonGoods.com . UncommonGoods.com still is and is making the world a better place. The Living Life Game makes the world a better place by providing a gift for us to play that affects our lives in such a way that is so beautiful. Both are great sources of beauty.

Phil

Everything is a gift under some description. The nails driven into Christ's hands were a gift, since they lead to redemption. We are all sophists now.

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