Monday, December 29, 2008


Tyler turned 9 today at 3 something pm. He knows exactly when. He will tell you if you ask him. This morning someone asked, "Well, do you feel older yet?" He said, "Nope, I'm not 9 until 3.... "

Today, he was given several choices of what to do and what to eat and what to get on his birthday.

He chose the following:

  • Wii games, orange muffins, and little smokies in the morning.
  • Shooting 22's in the desert in the day.
  • He picked a new blue street bike with 4 pegs and 2 brakes for tricks.
  • Dinner of steak, brocoli, salad, corn on the cob, and grilled mushrooms.
  • A cookies and cream ice cream cake.
Here's the shooting pics. We found a new spot that a friend recommended that meant we didn't have to drive off road really far or drive as deep into the desert as we have done before. It was off a well groomed and border patrolled dirt/sand road on BLM land. They actually moved us twice because they were patrolling the area. But in the end, even the moving wasn't so bad and we had a great day.

Here's the shots of tyler getting his presents and then blowing out his cake with grandma. Since grandma has a birthday in early January, they shared the cake. I offer you these pics to show you my son Tyler's crazy faces (click on the pics and they get bigger). He is a funny kid. He loves to cuddle and lately, he is a clown too.

Oh... and last but not least, here's the new dresser that I built with the grandpas for Tyler. TJ and Tyler and are now sharing a room and we needed a dresser and the only place to put it was under the window so we made it a window seat dresser. My mom built the cushion and pillows. A full, but very helpful day's work for all of us.



I have been a full time youth pastor for almost 15 years.  Yesterday I had a first though.  There are surely lots of things that I have done, and lots more that I have not in that time frame.  This past Sunday was a first I have wondered about how to handle for years.  It is a first that in some ways I feared because if navigated poorly, I've seen horrible results. 

It can be done well.  I've got several examples of it in my life.  But I have several examples that prove it can be really bad too.

So, yesterday, I spoke in our middle school ministry.  Nothing new there, except that it also was the first time ever that I have spoken to a group of students in which my son was part of the intended audience as TJ is now in 6th grade.  Sure my kids have heard me teach in big church and sat through tons of high school services here or there, but never have I been talking up front and in part, was talking to my son too. 

I survived. We survived.

I think it was actually a good thing for both of us, but it still scares me.  I want him to still like me.  I want God to be honored.  I don't want to use my talks to talk to my kids.  I really want to walk with my kids as a Dad through this stage of their life, but I really want more for them to have the space and safety to wrestle with their faith during this stage and come away loving Jesus by their choice and not my calling.  Navigating that road will be the next big hurdle of my parenting and represents a huge shift in my experiences as a youth pastor. 

Pray for me and my kids.  We'll all need it. 


Saturday, December 27, 2008


Well, it's been about a week of the new blog look and so far, all has been positive.

A few constructive critiques from my family:

  • My brother-in-law informed me that lots of people find them through me, so I added a link to them to their blog on the left to keep the link love in the family. 
  • My mother told me she didn't notice any changes.  She does not use a blog reader, so I'm guessing my mom must be reading some other families blog.  I'll send her the correct link. 
  • My mother-in-law however informed me that the text color was too light for the posts.  She had to use her glasses and flew all the way to San Diego to tell me.  So, because I want to bless her, I fixed it. For all you who found the grey text hard to enjoy, I offer you the distinct advantage of black text.   Black is better. 
See, I am a full service blog provider.  Your comments are appreciated and influential- especially when not anonymous :). 



I am not a video game guy and we are not a gaming family.    The last gaming system our family had was when I was a kid- an atari old school system.  It's been gone for decades and we haven't had one since.  The closest thing we have come to is some old school atari sets I bought for youth grop and even one of those cool gaming cubes with all the old games pre-loaded you can now get just for nostalgia's sake.

Part of this was just no desire from Shannon or I to get one.  But as parents of young kids, this has been intentional on our part as well.  We wanted our kids riding bikes, building forts, making stuff with blocks, playing with legos, and working their imaginations.  We felt that video games and tv and computer games and stuff would not help that.  So, we limit the amount of time that electronic stuff is allowed in our kids lives.

But, that doesn't mean our kids have not found ways around it- especially in the gaming world.  They have them at our church.  They have a few games for the computer.  Sometimes they might be gone for hours at a time, we think off playing at the neighbors house.... only for us to discover it was playing hours of video games.  As a result, it was clear to us, we were going to have to make some decisions.

So this year, we decided that it'd be better to regulate it in our home than have them find new ways around it in other places.  So, we bought the most active gaming system we could find, the wii.   In fact, it was all we got for Christmas as a family.  We used some money we got from family towards a pretty sweet- nearly new flat screen TV.  We then asked the grand parents if they would only give them stuff for the wii too this year.  So, as a result, there were all kinds of kid rated games and controllers, Shannon got the wii fit, and I got chargers for the controllers and well..  it was a wii kinda Christmas.

We're still working on what will be the post vacation rules for wii, since they are overly lax right now with rain outside and the "newness factor" on full throttle. 

I will say, I had tons of fun playing with my kids on Christmas day.  Before we bought it, I asked a bunch of my students what we absolutely must get, and they all said, "Mario Kart".  So now we have 4 controllers and 4 wheels and we have been racing like crazy.  I confess that I laughed and crashed and heckled my children size opponents like I was a little kid myself.

At least one thing is for sure though:  the constant parental push back on the flood of pressure from our kids to get a gaming system over the last 5 years resulted in sheer elation with they discovered we had finally let them have their dreams come true.  To say they were elated is an understatement.  I'll let the jig from Jake and the brother dogpile/hug pics below speak for themselves.  It was surely fun to give them something they so desperately wanted and did not need.  At some level, I think that's when a gift, truly is a gift.


Friday, December 26, 2008


Here is the plate our family made during the Campbell Christmas.  We picked up the finished product today.  Don't be jealous. You know we have mad art skilz.


Thursday, December 25, 2008


In our family, the first gift is always on Christmas Eve.  I was told by my wife in our first year of marriage that it was going to be Jammies.  Every time evidently.   This year, TJ caught on and looked at his brothers and said, "Hey, it's jammies."  Kinda takes the surprise away, but my wife says that's not the point.  It's just what you wear on Christmas morning- which is chosen by Mom.

This was the first year that shannon and I did not give each other jammies. We piled all our money into one family gift and wore old jammies.  That'll be the next post.  (Shhh.  I think my wife bought herself some and didn't wrap them though.)  

Anyway, here's our beautiful children in their new pajamas.



Well, we are less than 2 weeks away from going to officially start the process of adopting Becky and Billy. Since my sister, brother in law, and their 3 boys have no family to speak of in Uganda, they drove from Kampala to Jinja to join their soon to be neice and nephew on Christmas. What a great gift of family for both the Crawford Clan and the soon to be additions to the Berrytribe.

They took some crafts and some books and a calendar of us that we gave at Christmas last year to share with them. So fun. Thanks for making the drive Brad and Alisha. We are jealous and anxious for the chance to hug them ourselves. You can read their experience on the Crawford blog here.



While looking for stuff for my wife for Christmas, I found this steal of a deal at Longs 2 days ago. Hurry up.  You better get there. You don't want to miss this.  Check out that mark down!!



Grandma and Grandpa came to town with Santa.  Grandma brought her gingerbread making stuff and I had a house kit, so that made for a night of fun with the boys a few days ago.  Here's our kitchen bakers hard at work.



Shannon has two sisters, Caitlin and Erica, that also share the Campbell name of her dad  They are 12 and 13 years younger than Shannon, so since we started dating in high school, Shannon and I have been dating or married for their entire memory.   During those years, we have spent some time with them every Christmas.  Initially, it was with their Dad too.  But ever since Shannon's dad died about 10 years ago, we have kept the tradition alive.

They now are college graduates with full time jobs and getting together is no longer easy (requiring time off jobs, plane flights, and expenses), but it was super to have them join us this year again.  We so enjoy spending time with them and we have great memories together.

So, last weekend we got together and on Saturday we spent the whole day together for our "Campbell Christmas".  We had planned to go to the new aquarium at Legoland but found out that it was closed, so we made alternate plans.   We had breakfast, caught a movie, grabbed some java, and then made a ceramic art project together on a whim in a shop at the mall.  It turned out to be tons of fun.  We bought a large plate and divided it up into sections and each of us painted part of it.  It's now being fired in a kiln and we will pick it up after Christmas. 

Once we were done, we cruised over to panera for dinner, home to make some hot chocolate, and then headed to cruise some neighborhoods for Christmas light.  Tons of funs.  Here's a collage of some of our day.


Monday, December 22, 2008


2 things got re-sized in my world.  Both of them unwillingly.


The first was my cable bill.  I added an High Def. DVR box to our house.  Long story short, I was told by 3 different cox cable reps that it was going to cost me an extra $1 more per month for the new box.  I decided it was worth it and went in to get my new box.  Just as I was ready to check out, I looked down on the counter and saw an ad that said they were selling my phone/cable/internet package for $20 less per month than what I was paying.  I asked if this was a promo rate and they said, "No.  This has been our main package since January."  So, I said, "the truth is, not only would making the change NOT cost me $1 a month, but it should actually save me $20."  Yeah, I was not happy.  So I sent the manager and e-mail since she was not in.  Today they credited me for 2 months of overpayment.  She said it was all she could do cuz she can't go farther back than 60 days.  Something is better than nothing I guess, but I still don't think "Cox is my friend in the digital age."  A friend who overcharged me $20 a month for a year.  Who needs friends like that?  Ughhh.


I love peppermint stick ice cream.  Read LOVE IT.   I don't know who decided that you can only get it in December or that you should not stock it as if it were a staple like Milk- but I disagree.  I also don't know who decided that they could no longer give it to me 1/2 gallon at a time and charge me the same price for 1.5 quarts instead.  Watch.  Mark my words.  Pretty soon you'll be buying gasoline by the quart instead of the gallon at the same price in the hopes that you won't notice. 

I'm now gonna go eat a bowl and while enjoying my cox HD service, knowing I paid a lot more than I should of without even receiving it for a very long time. 


Sunday, December 21, 2008


Made my first online pizza order through Domino's tonight.

It actually worked.

Funniest thing in the world though, you can custom design a pizza with all kinds of stuff and if you want to have it 1/2 one way and 1/2 another, it lets you pick if you want it on the left or the right side of the pizza. So funny.

Like does the delivery guy hand it to me so that it's on the correct side of the circle per my request? I ordered one 1/2 hawaiian and half cheese and it even puts the stuff on the pizza in picture form as you build it. Oh.. and their new oven baked sandwiches are super grubbin.

I wonder how many pizza's they have to sell on the web to get their money back, I must admit, the website is awesome, easy to navigate, and worked like a charm.



Today we talked about "God through us..."

I was able to celebrate some ways God was working through our high school students based on some sweet examples of this in the last week. To spark some ideas, last Sunday we decided to pass out some twenty dollar bills. (5 per service) to randomly chosen high school students and invited them to use it to change the world around them. We asked them to do it anytime between last Sunday and today.

As a result, during our services for high school I was able to celebrate with those students as they shared their stories of how God used them to change the world this last week with that $20 and then some. Here are some of those stories.

  • ARIEL: I gave $20 to the salvation army bell ringer I see regularly at my favorite walmart store.
  • DAVID: I bought breakfast burritos and took them to some homeless men Saturday morning. I had promised to bring them to on Friday night during the "hope for the homeless" ministry at Journey.
  • DELLA: With my $20, and $5 of my own, I am giving it to world vision.
  • SUMMER: I sent it in to World Vision to help prevent Malaria for a family with nets, and educating them about malaria/prevention.
  • MARK: I bought powdered milk for a family in Myanmar.
  • RYAN: Outside the El Cajon post office there is this poor women that opens the door for people. She rides her bike there every day and lives in a motel. So I came up with a idea that I pay for her room for 4 days with some help from my dad. He pitched in for it to.
    She was very grateful for this.
  • MALIA: With the $20 you gave, I went to Costco and bought some roses and candy canes. Then today, Erica and I went to an old folks home in El Cajon, called Victoria's Special Care, where we just spent the day handing out roses and candy canes to the people living there. They loved receiving them and it was fun just seeing joy on their faces, especially when they heard that they were for FREE! They definitely enjoyed our company and it was cool just to sit and talk with them for awhile. P.S. I got to give a lady her first rose!

  • ADAM: I have a friend who is going through a pretty tough time. Well the tough time has basically been his whole life. He's fairly poor so he has to live in a motel, his parents aren't together and his father is more like a brother so he used to do bad stuff like smoking pot, for a little bit he got into neonazi-ism, and his mom moved to santa cruz. so hes pretty bummed about that. But he got this sweet piece of equipment for his guitar but he needed a MIDI cable to use it, but he couldn't afford it, or put money aside because its really tight. So i decided to get one for him. And when i gave it to him he was really happy and super appreciative. it was the most heartfelt moment weve had im pretty sure. I had some left over and I put it with David's money to buy burritos for the homeless.
  • SHANE: I decided to donate the money to a gift on world vision .com. After looking at what options i had to give something that would create an impact in someone's life, I concluded that the three i wanted to give were some ducks, seeds for vegetables and water purification tablets. I also found out that to give all three of those, i would need a lot more than twenty dollars. I called up some family friends who agreed to match my own donation and all total I turned it into 120 dollars to world vision for four ducks, water purification tablets, and seeds to help those in need to get ahead and life healthy around the world.
Great to watch God work through our students. I'm praying the spirit of this continues for months and years to come or at least throughout christmas break :)

I recently read this quote: "random acts of kindness are cool. intentional ones are cooler." I think I agree.


Friday, December 19, 2008


Blog has been silent for a while. Lots of reasons. Perhaps I'll make the time this weekend to post some of the picture proof, but shannon's sisters are spending the weekend with us, so we'll see.

But I can tell you this, I've been playing reindeer games- just some crazy stuff we dreamed up in a student ministry weekend planning meeting with some kinda spiked hot chocolate evidently.

Here's the video proof on this post on our high school blog.

And the clues we gave via twitter here.

This weekend we announce the winners. Was totally fun. Took them 3 days and a full contact hunt for the deer after my final update on Wednesday night.


Tuesday, December 09, 2008


Last Sunday marked exactly 30 days until we go to Uganda to get 2 more children. My family will grow by almost 50% more kids over night and we'll spend the rest of our lives with 2 children who have never really met us.

This made my heart stop a little on Sunday. I'm guessing it probably freaks two little ones out a little too. If you pray, here's how you can for us:

  • WORK STUFF: details in youth ministry. I have lots to get done and get covered before I leave for a month. pray it all gets done. pray for a great team to fill in the gaps.
  • OUR 3 BOYS: our boys are ready and excited, but it's gonna be hard to be without them for a month while we are 9000 miles away. Please pray that they are healthy, protected, and encouraged in our absence. Pray for strength for the grandparents as they trade off playing the role of mom and dad to 3 crazy kids.
  • OUR HOME: I still have several projects I'm trying to finish up before we leave. Some stuff in Becky's room, a solution Tyler's lack of drawer space, a dinner table scenario that will hold 7 people, a few details outside, etc. These are just a few of the many things we need to figure out in the next 28 days. AHHHH.
  • OUR COURT DATES: we need several smooth court dates in Uganda. Pray that they all come through and that we receive good favor with the judges.
  • MEETING DAD: we will meet the maternal father of our kids while there. Pray for compassion, grace, wisdom, and a sincerely and unmistakably Divine presence in that meeting. Pray that we are encouraging and that God helps us as this will be a BIG piece of our kids legacy and a memory I want to be really really good. Truth is, this meeting both scares and confuses me.
  • FINANCES: praise God we've raised most of our funds. Pray that God will continue to show us what we need to pay for and the wisdom to know what are the right decisions.
  • HEALTH: pray that everyone in this process remains healthy- both our kids here and us as we are in Uganda and Becky and Billy.
  • SCHOOLING: pray that God opens the right doors for the perfect fit for our new kids as they get assimilated into the school system in America.
  • BONDING: a BIG issue in adoption is the issue of bonding or "attachment". You either get it quickly or you fight for it for years. Pray that our bonding with our new Ugandan kids is immediate and intimate and natural and ridiculously blessed. Pray that they feel like we are the parents they've always wanted and that it feels to them as if we have never not been there. Pray the same for them and our boys as we form a new concept of family in the coming months and years here in San Diego too.
  • GRACE: pray for grace. We will surely screw something up in this process. Pray for grace by God and people in the process.
ok.. I could keep typing, but I'll just leave it with that. If you pray, we'd be honored if you'd do some for our family in this transition.



Tyler's U10 boys soccer team is undefeated. UNDEFEATED. They are 16-0-1.

This is the pic of them after we won the season title.

After winning, we were then sent to go to a tournament this last weekend for the region title where they played other teams that won their division from other cities in our area. The tournament works on a points system where you get 6 points for a win, one point for each goal (up to 3 goals), and one point for a shut out. That's a total of 10 points possible per game.

At the end of Saturday, we had played 2 games and scored 29 points. Sunday they had 3 games and THEY WON all three, ending with a FIRST PLACE WIN consisting of 4 shut outs and 49 out of a possible 50 points!

Now, while I'm in Uganda, they go to a section tournament where they play other kids who all won their region. CRAZY times.

My favorite memory though, I will not forget for a long time. Truth is I was really kinda praying for second place since I knew I couldn't coach them in the next tournament and didn't want to miss it. But in the heat of the match, I really did want them to win and was coaching with that goal in mind. So when they won I just shouted for joy for them and started crying and high fiving my players who were all running and screaming towards the side line in victory. Then I looked to the left and my son Tyler, who was in goal came running up with his arms spread wide wanting a hug and screaming, "We did it dad! We did it!" As we hugged he said, "thanks for coaching me dad. you're the best."

He has probably thanked me 4 out of 5 practices and games for coaching him. I'm so thankful for this time together and so excited for these boys. They earned it. I am blessed to be a part of it.



Lots of Sundays, I wonder if what we/I do in youth ministry matters or if anyone is even listening. By way of comparison, if I teach in the main service, in one week I'll get 4x the feedback from adults that I get from 4 months in student ministries.

So, last week, Sarah was teaching and that freed me up so that during the second service, I could move around to observe some stuff I never do from up front. So I was hanging out in the back when I looked out the door to catch this scene I caught on my iphone.

THE FOREGROUND: our worship team, who have already sat through the service once are playing their guitars outside until their role in this service is up. Between and after services they have been collecting donations in Noah's guitar case for the 4 children our ministry sponsors around the world and some for our adoption too. Something they have done on their own initiative for fun. Much to my surprise, they've raised over a hundred dollars in about 4 weeks time.

THE BACKGROUND: Megan is helping an elderly woman walk to the video cafe to watch the service on a big screen. I wish you were watching a video instead of just seeing a picture because that is 20 minutes of walking for about 25 yard walk. No, I'm not exaggerating. When Megan came back in I asked, "How was that?" She said, "That was the slowest walk I've ever taken in my life." I was so proud of her, she offered her arm to that elderly woman and stopped serving in our program to do so.

I praise God for windows of direct or indirect encouragement. It's what keeps me going back to work each day. Some of our students really do get it.


Friday, December 05, 2008


Are evidently "Stuff" and "Going".

I had a friend send me a link to this site where you can put in a url or group of words and it will create a word cloud for you.

Here's the one it made from this blog. I secretly hoped it would have had "adoption" or "kids" and "God" as the biggest ones, but nope. I'd expand on why I think the program is lame and twitter should not be so big, nor so centered, and why the cloud is not right, but I've got to get going, I have lots of stuff to do.


Thursday, December 04, 2008


Looking for a good Christmas present? Look no further than one that gives to 3 places:

1. you help Ugandan women who work in an orphanage to make a little more of a living to feed their own families.

2. you help us raise the money it will take to adopt 2 kids.

3. you help a friend or loved one have a sweet piece of authentic African jewelry.

You can see how they are made in this post here. Click on the pictures below to increase their size for better viewing.


Lots are gone now, because we have sold a grip of them in the last 2 days! What a blessing to so many people! But we have 2 styles left as they are going fast:

We have really long ones, they are meant to be wrapped two or 3 times around your neck. They are about 50 inches long and sell for $25 each.

We also have some more standard length ones. They are 22-24ish inches long and sell for $14 each or two for $25.

These are the bracelets, though we are all out of them, we can make you some out of the necklaces by re-stringing them smaller for you if that's the bigger need. We sell them for $8 each or two for $15.

If you want one, here's how we can do this.

1. Email Shannon to tell her what type and color you are interested in. We'll then confirm and set aside what you want. Finally, we'll figure out a shipping cost that will suit your needs.

2. Then you can use the newly created pay pal donate button on the right of this blog to make a donation or send us a check. Once we have that stuff, we'll shoot it off to you and Christmas wishes will be flowin.



Last night in our small groups we talked about persecution. I was sharing some learnings from my seminary class, trying to put some feet on the ground from all my reading and around our table at dinner before our discussino, monty python skits of all things came up in discussion.

This launched into a great bit of random comedy as we repeated pointless lines. Always a good time there.

Then this morning I found 3 these two nuggets:

1. Monty Python has created a youtube channel. This promo video they made for it is hilarious.

2. They have almost 30 clips up, of which, this scene on stoning I could have used last night. I will definitely be using some of this in a service soon. Good funny stuff.


Tuesday, December 02, 2008


D is for December. It is also for Decisions. Here's some small d and some BIG D decisions I've recently come to:


  • TWITTER is getting the minor axe. It can be consuming- too consuming for me. People in my world twitter in meetings, twitter in church, and I have been known to twitter- even while driving. I've decided I'm only going to use it once or twice a day. I'm no longer going to look at it throughout my day. It frankly takes up too much of my day and too many people on my following list use it as a public texting service back and forth to one another, twittering 15x a day, and yatta yatta. No big deal, but I'm cutting back. I'll twitter as I start my day and likely closer to when I end it.
  • BLOGS: I stopped reading blogs from people I don't know. I just didn't have the time- nor the interest and as bloglines kept piliing them up, I felt guilty for not reading them.
  • STUFF: I'm going through stuff and getting rid of stuff. Stuff sucks. I hate stuff. I also love nice stuff. Regardless, I'm working hard to say peace out to stuff. Garage sale coming soon. I have too much stuff.
  • LIGHTS: I'm sadly not putting up my christmas house lights this year. It's costs me too much. Somewhere in the $200 range in electricity for the month. Can't swing it. Maybe next year.

  • WORK OUT: Excercise: 4x a week. I have been lazy on this in november. I'm kicking it in to overdrive before I leave in January.
  • SCHOOL: I'm not going back to Seminary until I decide for sure what I'm going for and if this school fits my needs. I'm going to meet with a few professors before I leave for Uganda. I'm praying for wisdom.
  • MINISTRY: I'm seriously evaluating what and why I do what I do. I think we're doing some stuff right. Some stuff wrong. But not a lot of GREAT stuff. I don't like that feeling. I'm asking God to show up in some "only God coulda done that" ways in our ministry.
  • WRITING: I have several writing projects I've been unable to get to. School is done, soccer is almost done, adoption paperwork is almost done so I'm going to add them into my life in the next month.
  • READING: I'm making a reading list. I'm not buying any books. I have like 50 sitting around. I've got at least a 4 month break in school, so I'm gonna read a grip of them.



this is post #650. If you're counting. I'm not, but blogger does. So I'm going to list 650 things I love here in honor of post #650.

Or not.

Happy 650 to me and you.



I could say a lot about seminary. I think it's a system in need of some major reform. I have some time to think about what I'm going to do about that as I have completed my last class for a while last night. Our adoption process keeps me out of seminary for next quarter, so I'll have to evaluate what to do next Spring.

Anyway, this seminary class was on the first 1600 years of church history. Here's what I’ve been reminded of in my History Class- primarily in the 500 pages I read for the class:

  1. Christianity has a long history, not all of it good. Not all of it I want to claim, but I can’t change the past, I can only influence the future.

  2. Sin really screws things up in the church, society, government, and people.

  3. “Christians” have killed a lot of people in defense of heresy. In fact, it seems as though to kill those who don’t believe in the orthodox way was pretty much universally accepted for centuries… and in some of the most horrific and ungodly ways imaginable. This is ridiculous in light of the fact that Christians were at one time the ones persecuted in this way before governments accepted it as part of the social fabric.

  4. The Monastic movement was actually birthed out of the lack of persecution and people getting lazy with their convictions when it was no longer illegal to be a believer in Jesus.

  5. People are willing to die for their religious convictions. Millions and millions of people have died for their faith beliefs throughout time.

Buy way of a so what clause, 5 questions I’m stewing on as a result:
  1. Who would not want to claim my faith actions as part of their Christian History and would I be glad they did not?

  2. How has sin influenced me?

  3. What do I do as a Christian that is acceptable by Christendom today, but counter the teachings of Jesus?

  4. How has the legality of my faith resulted in an unhealthy friendship with the world in me?

  5. What convictions do I hold deeply enough to die for?



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