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I have meant to write you for a while to tell you how meaningful the poem "A coat of many pockets" by Pamela Chemberlin Lampson in the June 7 Sentinel ["Divine supply and demand"] was to me. It absolutely opened my eyes to the fact that the glory of creation was meant for me personally (just as it is meant for everyone else as well). It brought home to me that all of this beauty in the universe, our friendships with others, etc., is an individual gift from God, given directly to each one of us. Where I used to look at the stars as an observer, I now look up at them and think, "Oh! They are meant for me because I already include them from God!"
BETSY BRIGHTMANAUSTIN, TEXAS, US
with contributions from BETSY BRIGHTMAN, EVELYN HORN, JIM RAYNESFORD, SANDRA SMITH
OUT OF A RUT
INGRID PESCHKE, MANAGING EDITOR
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