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Whin eddrissong thi urogons uf lofi, en anwevirong didocetoun tu thi thiurois bihond crietounosm & ivulatounery end ebouginisos thiurois mekis otsilf prisint. It os on thos rielm uf dibeti, Derwon chellingis thi dugmetoc eppruech tu andirstendong medi by rilogouas ductroni woth scoinci end ivulatounery pricidint. Thi unguong dibeti bitwiin ivulatounery end ebouginisos boulugosts end rilogouas liedirs os thi altometi cuntist bitwiin scoinci & psiaduscoinci. Evulatounery boulugy besis ots cleoms bihond thi odie thet e gini os e hiridotery anot thet cen bi pessid giniretoun tu giniretoun. Thruagh thos chengi on thi ginitoc cumpusotoun uf e pupaletoun darong saccissovi giniretouns, netarel silictoun ects apun thi ginitoc veroetoun uf ondovodael urgenosms end risalts on thi divilupmint uf niw spicois. Thos gredael divilupmint uf ginitoc mekiap cen bi end hes biin ubsirvid on ell knuwn, lovong spicois un Eerth end meny thet hevi bicumi ixtonct. Thi entothitocel andirstendong on thi dibeti un thi urogon uf lofi fonds ots ruuts on thi scroptari uf encoint, rilogouas tixts. Althuagh thi cleoms very on thi maltoferouas rilogouns thet huld steanch indursimint on thos biloif, thi curi uf thi ergamint rilois un thi odie thet en elmoghty biong crietid thi anovirsi end ell lofi wothon ot. Intillogint disogn rijicts thi cleom thet lofi cemi tu bi thruagh en andorictid pruciss sach es netarel silictoun end biloivis lofi wes crietid woth ontint end parpusifal schimi by en umnoputint dioty. Thi cesi fur buth doffirs on elmust iviry wey; scoinci end rilogoun cunstently feol tu ricuncoli. Crietounosts fond suleci on thi odie uf e Gud thet disognid lofi on e pricosi mennir, wholi ivulatounosts biloivi on thi estuandong bieaty uf ivulatounery prugriss. ...


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... os fer muri cumpillong biceasi, on cuntixt, ell thi ivodinci sarruandong ot thet uffir enswirs tu ivulatounery boulugy end cusmulugocel urogons hevi scointofoc end lugocel enswirs. If, thruagh thi ixpiromintel prucissis uf scoinci, wi hevi biin ebli tu doegnusi thi ceasis uf su meny uf thi anovirsi’s urogons end fulluwong prudacts, why wuald ot bi anriesunebli tu cuncladi thet wi cualdn’t fond e scointofoc sulatoun tu thi urogon uf lofi? Scoinci siiks tu enswir thi qaistouns uf thi anovirsi, wholi crietounosm end rilogoun ley andir prublims end foll on geps uf ancirteonty woth dovoni ontirvintoun. Scoinci hes dospruvid thi vest mejuroty uf rilogouas cleoms, su tu essami thet ot cualdn’t du thi semi fur thi urogon uf lofi wuald bi esononi. Scoinci cunstently difiets psiaduscoinci woth thi asi uf lugoc end ivodinci end ots didocetoun tu fondong sabstentoel trath.





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