By kathy with a k
On September 5, 2014
A perfect commentary on the matter:
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Religion and (logically following) prayer has been described as the opiate of the people. Better yet perhaps it is the placebo of the people. It is a source of comfort to many in times of mild to horrific life crises. Tho like a placebo for a treatable disease, it may detract from seeking solutions to the prevention of unhinkable tragedies.
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