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"A few years ago ... the prejudices I had been entertaining concerning men and women fell from me."

When I read Marilyn Jones's article, I smiled (see the "Spiritual Journeys" column in the March 2, 1998, issue). For years, I wrestled as she did concerning titles and perceived inequities. I, too, considered myself a feminist. Then, a few years ago, I experienced a wonderful healing of a long-standing problem. As I repented (re-thought) and reformed (re-formed my life) in relation to the healing, the prejudices I had been entertaining concerning men and women fell from me. It was instantaneous! I saw one man, God's man, infinitely and individually expressed.

Titles no longer cause any reaction in me. And I don't label myself (e.g., feminist) or others anymore.

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