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Maria McCann, As Meat Loves Salt Quotes: God cuts out our path, makes a groove in the clay with His finger, and we poor blind ants slide down into it.
         

God cuts out our path, makes a groove in the clay with His finger, and we poor blind ants slide down into it.


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God cuts out our path, makes a groove in the clay with His finger, and we poor blind ants slide down into it.
         



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