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February 04, 2010



I just got finished with the Louis l'amour book Kilrone. Several lines spoke to me as a church planter in the wild west. Here's one: "In a lifetime on the frontier Hank Laban had managed to keep his scalp. He had held onto his hair by fighting when he could, running when he could no longer fight, or lying quiet when outnumbered. He was a disciple of the philosophy that nothing has to be done all at once." Pg.73

I'm sure they have Louis l'amour classes at Princeton, so you'll read this before your done. It's a classic.


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