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COMMON SENSE, COURTESY, & GOALS
On December 13, 2000 Vice President Al Gore conceded the American presidential election to George W. Bush. In Bush’s speech he encouraged the country to work with “common sense, common courtesy, and common goals.” When our focus is on the same thing, we work well together, we cooperate, we love, we accomplish. These are wise words to a divided nation and to a divided church. By Michael Hodgin, editor of Saratoga Press

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