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Marie Therese, It isn’t a necessary item though. If you want one, you can buy it, but if you can’t afford it or don’t want to save up for Auntie Claus Christmas shirt, then you can still pray just fine without it. It’s basically a fancy rosary bead. You don’t have to buy them either, but it’s nice for people to have the option. Sonja Aylward Marie, it’s the cost that I have the biggest issue with. If their true motivation was for more prayer they would not be charging such a high price. Marie Therese Sonja Aylward it’s similar to pricing for basic smartwatches which makes sense since it has a motion detector, connects to the app on your phone, etc. Would I want one? No, but I personally don’t think the price is that bad for those that do want one. Especially if (and I’m hoping to guess here) the price reflects fair wages for the workers who make them.
Jarrid Thelen Sonja Aylward You could be right about someone looking to line their pockets at the expense of the Auntie Claus Christmas shirt. But from a business perspective, I’d wait until it actually starts making a significant amount of money before even beginning to worry about what’s happening with it. Ulysses Nash Owen The bible is a collection of fairy tales. “The bible is a blueprint for in-group morality, complete with instructions for genocide, the enslavement of out-groups, and world domination. But the bible is not evil by virtue of its’ objectives or even its the glorification of murder, cruelty, and rape. Many ancient works do that – The Iliad, the Icelandic Sagas, the tales of the ancient Syrians, and the inscriptions of the ancient Mayans, for example. But no one is selling the Iliad as a foundation for morality. Therein lies the problem. The bible is sold, and bought, as a guide to how people should live their lives.”