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June 10, 2013

CUMMINS: A little child shall lead them

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A few hours later, the phone rang. “Hey, Terry!” It was the George I knew. Bliss engulfed him, but computers don’t care if you’re blissful or not, though they’re working on programming emotion into hard drives. He said, “Nine-year-old Justin had my book up in 15 seconds. He right clicked something.” 

Happiness is knowing what to click. Someday, a wolf shall lie down with a lamb, and a little child will lead them. Talk about hearts leaping up.

— Contact Terry Cummins at TLCTLC@AOL. com

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