Practice Makes Perfect

Peace be with you ... Receive the Holy Spirit

John 20:19,22
John 20:19-31 or I John 5:1-6

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Second Sunday of Easter,

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Bertrand Russell authored more than forty books on a variety of subjects including philosophy, politics, education, sex and mathematics. He was a member of one of England’s most distinguished families. He co-authored “Principia Mathematica” which opened up a new vista in the study of philosophy and mathematics. He lectured at leading universities on three continents. In 1950 he won the “Nobel Peace Prize For Literature.” He was a dominant figure in the “Peace Movement” of the sixties. Although he was an eminently successful person by worldly standards, nevertheless he was evidently unsuccessful in finding inner-peace. In his autobiography, Russell cites a letter to a friend in which he says that it pleases him to see people he is fond of…

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