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re: what's in a name

nefretiri ( 03/15/2005, 18:21:55 )

i would like to adress the last paragraph. names do not really mean anything. "whats in a name, a rose by any other name would smell as sweet." paraphrasing, im sure you all know who said that if not let me enlighten you shakespeare. and i believe he is right the name doesn't matter and if the name were different it wouldn't make it any less true or any less false. and by the way in english translation what do think the greeks meant by ysu hristos. or mabye in spanish jeso cristo. or in hebrew they called his yeshua. "a rose by any other name would smell as sweet."

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