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    Smile How to use the word "God" in a conversation

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    Im like, O.K., God, if there is an open door for me somewhere this is what I always pray dont let me miss the open door.

    Does the God mean something special? Or is it used in the same way as "you know"?

    I'm like O.K.? I'm like God?

    Thank you very much for your kindness.

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    So I'm like -- It's as though I am, I am feeling x, I said x, I felt x

    So I think, "Okay, God, if there's an opportunity for me somewhere," -- this is what I ask God -- "please don't let me miss that opportunity."

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