True Meanings

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“How many legs does a dog have if you call the tail a leg? Four. Calling a tail a leg doesn’t make it a leg.”

Abraham Lincoln

About Steve Rebus

Christian, Blind photographer, husband, plays guitar and drums. Loves researching accessible apps and technology.

3 Responses to “True Meanings”

  1. Hello Steve. I’m Mike Ashcraft. I would like to do an article on you and your testimony for GodReports.com. You can see various of my articles there. How old are you? What did you do before you went blind? What caused the blindness? You are partially blind? How do you quantify that blindness? What is your profession now? How did you meet Sarah? Where in the UK do you live now? You can write me easier at theashcraftsgt@yahoo.com

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