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I appreciate your pep talk. Unfortunately, at this stage of the game, I think this player is rather worn without more support and with the thought that the game (and I hate to call it that) could be better played in another arena. I could be wrong though and have to admit that there would be people that I would definitely miss. Perhaps God is just guiding me elsewhere for awhile.
I thought about a Bible study or vegetarian cooking class, but Bible studies sometimes get limited participation, and I have a ways to go with my confidence in presenting a cooking class. Everyone probably has good side dish recipes anyway. It's helping them to understand that they can get their protein and flavor without meat. One of my family members has said, "Where's the beef?", and I just respond "on the cow, where it belongs".
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