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  Once upon a time, there were a father and a son of a family in a busy city. The father was a very skillful thief in the city. He was getting older and older and worried about his son, who was still rather young and knew nothing about his... continue...

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DID ANYONE BIND YOU OR PUT YOU IN JAIL?
CT: Friends,
Did anyone bind you or put you in jail and you want to be freed?

Justin: I think I put myself in jail sometimes I miss the simplest things.
Miss as i do not realise or remember to be freed.
Thanks "
.........
CT: You are the one who answers CT's question.
If you understand your answer completey, then you can
be called the man of independence. This means when
you put yourself in jail, you know it, and when you don't
put yourself in jail, you also konw it.

ChonTri 12/08/2010


 



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