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  1. dougstumclaine

    Leopards

    the beasts are anything to be feared. i dont think the leopard represents a whole religion, just a person. He will not be famous and he will blend in. Leopards dont like the sun(fame/attention), they prefer the shade. i think leopard reflects the personality of the beast. The leopard will be a loner. and part african maybe as its a african cat, and it is revered there. well this my view so i think your wrong about muslim ):
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    introduce

    hello im doug, im 37 and English from London. Im looking to be able to disuss the scripture. I'm 5 years into studying it and have very little dissussion on it available. I think god weaves the bible into our lives and paths, so maybe theres no right or wrong answer to scripture, its personalised e.g bible dot doug and dot com. I believe in the way, signs the path and were on a journey, a way, and that god and jesus prepares the path ahead like the good shepherd going out before his sheep. i come from a large family and a twin but have not had a family of own yet. im sure that having one will make me grow. i have a degree in engineering but feel myself being drawn to theological and philosophical studies which brings me too this site. I have to warn you i am dislexic which means my spelling is awful, anyway thats a little about me. doug Oftimes He weaveth sorrow, And I in foolish pride Forget He sees the upper And I, the underside. Not till the loom in silent And the shuttles cease to fly Shall God unroll the canvas And explain the reason why Oftimes He weaveth sorrow, And I in foolish pride Forget He sees the upper And I, the underside. Not till the loom in silent And the shuttles cease to fly Shall God unroll the canvas And explain the reason why Oftimes He weaveth sorrow, And I in foolish pride Forget He sees the upper And I, the underside. Not till the loom in silent And the shuttles cease to fly Shall God unroll the canvas And explain the reason why
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