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    jkl is offline Member
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    Post What does this sentence really mean

    "My own path led me to a Christlike sage whose beautiful life was chiseled for the ages."

    What is a Christlike sage? What does it mean in the above sentence?

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Re: What does this sentence really mean

    A wise man with the characteristics of Jesus Christ.

    A better title would have been A Christlike sage.

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