"Ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein."
That is an excellent read, Robert. I knew of it, but not the context in which it was written or used.Thanks for the great research.Pete
Pete, thanks for the compliment. But I mention that I originally found this through the research of either Allen Mickle or Steve Weaver (at this point I can't remember which). So one of them deserves the credit for originally locating this.
If we have our pride in perspective we can see (and say) that we all profit from the insight and work of others - known and unknown - in nearly everything we do.Pete
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