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Pentecost Sunday, C

During the era known as the “Age of Enlightenment,” the personal physician who attended King Louis XIV of France was obsessed with hygiene and various theories of longevity, which he applied to himself. For example, when he asked himself the question, “Why do fish live to such a great age?” he theorized that it was because “they are never subject to drafts.” Consequently, in order to insulate himself against drafts he spent his days in a sedan chair draped with blankets and lined with rabbit’s fur. Now picture this: when obliged to go out, he covered himself with a moroccan robe and mask, wore six pairs of stockings, and several fur hats. He always kept a bit of garlic in…

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