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Ken

Right on brother, right on!

StandFirm

A great explanation, and very timely too, since we'll be going into Job in the Bible highlights in a month.

tom sheepandgoats

Yes. Every time I go through Job, I appreciate the book more.

Ángel

Me gustó mucho el artículo. :D

Michael

Jung wrote about the wars which he lived through. You should take a look at what he wrote. In 1918, at the end of the first world war, he wrote an essay called 'The Role of the Unconsious'. And in 1945, at the end of the second world war, he wrote another essay, called 'After the Catastrophe'.

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