How it really was!

Just a little bit of levity makes the sermons go down!

September 6, 2018 19:17
A museum worker cleans the floor in front of the paintings ‘Adam’ and ‘Eve’ by Hans Baldung Grien, t

A museum worker cleans the floor in front of the paintings ‘Adam’ and ‘Eve’ by Hans Baldung Grien, the apprentice of German Renaissance painter Albrecht Dürer, at the Staedel Museum in Frankfurt. (photo credit: REUTERS/KAI PFAFFENBACH)


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BY NOW you must be sick of all the sermonizing whether sledge-hammered or soft-spoken, sensible or silly, strained or relaxed, boring or challenging.

Let’s take a break from all the solemnity. Just a pinch of levity to make the serious go down.


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