Free cited: Jesus.

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further look-notes on the booklet: 82017

for The Fictional VolunTier Project

by goura fotadar

date typed up: 83017

We have 2 main first level variations; we-one type [so no external variation] on the second level;

tag[s]: segmenting computer science; fabric art theory

then there’s a turn back to one of one and one of two; i.e., level [of] variation, or

level-variation

 

Internal Stream Theory; full-fill, [meant] of; most needs …

“worship” why not think flowers: working motif; …

row-ship? most needs implies

tag[s]: recreational studies,

not just rowing for recreation

but-and such practice of recreation would

likely aid who:? need to get to for example the next

shore: think on accident also next store: in any case the

need to get there implies not all is completed in needs; nearly

all completed i.e. fulfilled; means someone will be able to row you; [torowyou]; or you will be able to row yourself ; in plain athleticism using the actual conception of rowing : if you don’t row but do something else ; or similar: will you be able to row as needed; will you be complete enough : ? and then wider: if you can sing [sign] well enough or the equivalent; well then in emergency can you lead any old church service and if even needed take over as that, a leader. In framework segmenting: perhaps why religions “worship” row-ship isn’t given much significance in reg. or cliché popular culture; is due to the non-comprehension of emergency: “need” for “worship” so think inside instead in the obvious derivative of emergency: “need” for row, ship. Answers, could include?

cited: a “worship” booklet that was meant to be returned but nobody told me until after I’d already finished this thing or approximate to it-that; Free cited: Jesus.

 

see it in a form-fit here: further look

freejesusforthefvpused83017

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