Some days when everything seems to be going just right, some little thing comes along that throws a wrench into the end of a perfect day. That’s what happened to the husband of the timekeeper at the coal-fired Power Plant in North Central Oklahoma. Vance Shiever had spent the day baling hay into large bails in a pasture outside Morrison Oklahoma. All day while he worked, off in the distance he could see the plant where his wife Linda spent her week days.
Linda Shiever was one of the first two employees hired at the Coal-fired plant along with Sonny Karcher. She was hired on May 30, 1978, just 10 days after her marriage to Vance. During the 20 years I worked at the Power Plant, I heard Linda talk about Vance often. So, when Ray Eberle began telling me a story about him, I already had a…
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When I look at you
I see two deep seas of lies
When before your eyes
Are moonbeams in the dark
And when you open your mouth
My ears can only grasp
All the broken promises
You uttered in the past
We were a gorgeous mess
Of deceit and naivete
But now my eyes are rid of dust
And I see a void instead of stars
Atheist: Can your Lord fit the entire universe in to an egg without making the egg any bigger and the universe any smaller?
Imam Jafar Sadiq : I would like you to look at the sky, and at that bird in the sky, and at that tree, and at all those people who have gathered around us and now look at me.
Atheist: I see them all.
Imam Jafar Sadiq : If Allah can fit all of those things inside the tiny pupil of your eye, do you think that he cannot fit the universe into an egg?”
Ateist: Senin ilahın yumurtayı daha büyük, evreni de daha küçük yapmaksızın, tüm evreni bir yumurtaya sığdırabilir mi? .
İmâm Câʿfer es-Sâdık: Senden gökyüzüne bakmanı istiyorum ve havadaki şu kuşa ve şu ağaca ve çevremizde toplanan tüm bu insanlara ve şimdi bana bak
Ateist: Onların hepsini görüyorum.
İmâm Câʿfer es-Sâdık: Eğer Allah tüm…
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