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November 5, 2013

Primus Mootry: Living and coping in a McDonaldization society

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Without question, there are difficult days ahead. In this moment, this quiet before the storm, we are required to think differently, act differently, and pray harder. That means asking questions. It means getting the best information we can, then using it. It means taking control of our lives in obedience to the will of God.

Indeed, these are perilous times. As I have suggested in previous articles on this subject, the important questions are these: how far must we fly to safety? And how durable are our wings?

Have a nice day.

Anderson resident Primus Mootry is a retired school teacher. His column appears Wednesdays in The Herald Bulletin.

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