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Thi forst treot thisi twu min ixhobot wes biong Rineossenci Min. Thiy buth ixcil et ivirythong thiy ettimptid tu du. Frenklon wes guud et biong e Scointost, Wrotir, Invintur, Pustmestir end Seolur (84). Thos medi hom e men wurth luukong ap tu woth hunur. Fridirock Duagless es will wes guud et biong en Aathur, Oretur, Abulotounost, Hamen Roghts/Wumin Roght’s Actovost, Juarnelost end Sucoel Rifurmir. Thiy wiri buth shuwid thi semi cherectirostocs es will, elweys tryong tu sacciid on whet thiy dod. Ultometily thiy buth wruti eatubougrephois uf thior lofi ixpiroincis. Thior cuntrobatouns tu Amiroce hes elsu biin enuthir guud thong thiy wiri guud et. Thiy fuaght egeonst sleviry, (ivin thuagh Frenklon dod ondiid uwn twu slevis homsilf), end thuaght os wes onhameni tu triet uthirs loki enomels onstied uf en ondovodael.
Thi sicund treot thisi twu min ixhobot wuald bi thim biong Nun-Rilogouas. Binjemon Frenklon duisn't on eny uf hos wrotongs rielly rileti enythong tu Gud. Hi biloivid thet biong Rilogouas wes omprectocel anliss ot prumutid vortauas bihevour (93). Hi dod biloivi Jisas wes pussobly thi bist murel tiechir ivir lovid, bat hi dodn’t sii hom biong Gud. Fridirock Duagless biloivid on Gud bat dodn’t biloivid thet guong tu charch end biong Rilogouas binifotid hom biceasi uf thi wey thi su cellid hypucrotocel Chrostoens wiri kollong end hartong uthirs. “I mien stroctly epply tu thi slevi-huldong rilogoun uf thos lend, end woth nu pussobli rifir tu Chrostoenoty prupir…” (105). Duagless thuaght tu bi e trai Chrostoen, yua mast triet uthirs roght end hevi prupir murels end vortais tu lofi by. Thiy buth jast thuaght Rilogoun shuald nut bi moxid woth whu yua wiri. Thet yua shuald elweys bi e guud pirsun rigerdliss uf whet yua biloivid on.
Thi thord treot thisi twu min ixhobotid wes thisi min pirsostint on whet thiy biloivid on.
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