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The blessings God gives us are the outcome of His love.
Some years ago, my soon-to-be husband was driving us to an event in Philadelphia, while I was putting on my makeup. He kept turning to see what I was doing. “I thought you were 100 percent natural,” he said.
What does 100 percent natural really mean? An online dictionary says: “existing in or caused by nature; not made or caused by humankind” and includes 60 phrases such as “natural disaster,” “natural gas,” “natural childbirth.” Many advertisers tout their products as 100 percent natural, but some may contain ingredients that are harmful to certain individuals. So, according to these definitions, both good and bad things may be considered natural.
About the author
Mary Julia Kephart lives in Princeton, New Jersey.
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