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Christians have opportunity to share signs

February 16, 2013
By Rev. Alicia Randolph Rapking - Parish House Director

On the day after the presidential election in 1960, two companions sat down with their 10-cent hamburgers at a Nashville restaurant. For these companions, this event was a sign: a sign of hope that the world in which they lived might recognize them as persons that could make a difference. Their sign of hope was soon shattered as another's sign of hatred took over. A visibly distressed waitress, presumably following orders from the owner, poured cleansing powder down the backs of these companions. Water was poured over their food, while the companions ate what they could of their meal.



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