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A few things I believe (and that I need to write down for my own good).

“You’re not sick, you just need a glass of water.”

Not much tastes better than a fresh peach.

Somewhere along the line, they changed the formula for Cracklin’ Bran, and no one will tell me why.

“A watched pot never boils,” and it is a tragic waste of time to try and disprove this.

Privilege means getting a head start (Google the video).

Give me a good musical over a good game any day.

“Make jazz, not war!”

Genuine friendship will almost always pull a relationship through a rough patch.

Never build a worldview on conspiracy theories, mostly because the nature of subterranean evil resembles a politician described to me as follows: “You will never catch him. He’s as slippery as a greased pole.”

Lots of atheists act more like believers than believers do.

Wisdom without love is depressing.

Mountain Dew beats Doctor Pepper … every time.

“There is no use saying, ‘Look! Here comes the kingdom of God’ or ‘Look! There it comes.’ God’s kingdom is here with you.” (Luke 19:21).

The Rev. Eugene Stockstill is pastor of Ebenezer United Methodist Church and Myrtle United Methodist Church in Union County.

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