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Who Knows Anyhow?

Most of what we “know” is secondhand information passed on to us from what we have been told or read. And, often we take it for granted that this is the truth. But the question remains, “What do we really know?” It’s a good question. Think about it. It’s worth investigating…

Located in sunny Sacramento, California.

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  1. Still, unless father says to child, ‘this is your mother’ and mother says to child ‘this is your father,’ how will the child know? So, some trust with intuition, logic and reasoning will help us evaluate and discern any information we get. I don’t believe we should accept anything, blindly, though.

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