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You will soon have your faith tested and score a 72.
Based on conversations with a local animal psychic, Bob was made aware of the fact that ducks have a propensity to lean towards evolution for an answer, rather than faith, and tend to believe that all creatures will, if given enough time, eventually evolve into ducks; oddly enough, this “end of the line” type of evolutionary thinking, Bob realized, is shared by most cats and many humans, which left him in quite a pickle - was he turning into a duck or a cat, or was he already as good as he could get?
This time, they’ll do the right thing.
A person can place their faith in many things, spending time and emotional capital on the search for whatever it is that sits in the ether waiting on our demise, but I’ve found that of all the things in which I’ve placed my own faith, only gravy has consistently satisfied.
An incident leading to major repairs of the San Francisco Bay Bridge led to a discussion over breakfast with my daughter on commute traffic, human frailties and the true nature of faith.
Red Coyote tested the parishioner’s faith by holding open the door for the curious grizzly.
When you find yourself losing faith in law, justice, representative democracy, chocolate, interval training, and sunny days, that’s when you know that the Existentialism Virus is making the rounds again.
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