Something happens to you where you need a shoulder to cry on, or you need the confirmation, assurance, or you need defense, and they turn around as if they never knew you. I don't think there's any hurt at all, or... that can compare with being terribly crushed by a dear, dear friend. That's really bad.
"So, again, the girl says, "Your accent gives you away." I know we don't always think of Peter having an accent, but he had a Galilean accent. It was rather peasant. It was not the best. And they threw many, many--what is it he did not-—disdain, being called Galilean.
"Well... now Peter is really scared, and he's running, and he curses. Not only that, but he called down curses on himself. I don't know what kind of curses they had in those days, like, "may--may fire fall from heaven upon man"; "may the lightening strike me dead." We've heard those things like that. And he was frightened, and he was--made an oath, he'd cr--he was just scared stiff. About the time though, you see a sky and island dragged me down. And then, the moment he took that oath..."


Must we swim on forever?
In search of where the light breaks
Pipelines must end somewhere
Twenty kicks into the abyss

Must we swim on forever?
In search of where the light breaks
Pipelines must end somewhere
Twenty kicks into the abyss


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