At 07:36 PM 11/6/2003, you wrote:

John W. Redelfs wrote:
Would that all the single men in the Church were as devoted to keeping
the commandment to marry as seriously as you did and do.

Many of us take it seriously too.  As a single man I am working on
addressing this concern as quickly as sanity and comfort can afford.  I
have discovered that it is not an easy thing for an older man.

As one who didn't find his wife till somewhat later in life I empathize with you. I sincerely hope and pray that you find a good woman.

Steven Montgomery

It is no accident, then, that so many who gathered at Philadelphia to declare independence and a decade later to draft a constitution were men who had apprenticed themselves to Thucydides, Plato, Aristotle, Polybius, and Cicero, and who could debate at length on the various constitutional forms of the classical world before they chose one for the new American nation. We owe our very existence as a people in great part to classical learning.----T. L. Simmons

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