Diversity, USA



Oral Roberts, the great Christian Pentecostal Evangelist, died today at 91.  Although there are few things on which Mr. Roberts and I could ever agree, there is no denying he was a man who built a worldwide ministry, an accredited university, and a medical school. He brought hope, comfort, and faith to millions of people.

I would sincerely like to extend my condolences and all positive energy to Mr. Robert’s family and to all of those who believe in him.

One Response to “Diversity, USA”

  1. Joe Bele-Isle says:

    I had a much younger Captain on a Crago Boat in the oilpatch that told me he was woking his way through Oral Roberts University, kind of as if he were confessing or fishing for a comment to see where I would feel about him. I told him at least he took the money he got and built a real school. We were pretty good freinds after that. I know he has common sense from his seamanship, if he did become a Dr. and has a strong faith in something, he’s better than a lot of other Dr’s out there right now. And no I don’t have the same faith as him, but when my love ones need help I figure it can’t hurt if their Dr’s believe in something besides themselves and their own pocketbook.
    I didn’t know they were razor sharp Franco, like the old umbrella thing, I see what you mean about the advantage of a shorter distance. How about John Holmes? The Dr. says “I need six stents and tie them together.”
    It sounds terribly painfull. Human pearls.

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