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10/30/09
Powerful and thought provoking! What good writing is all about.
11/01/09
Truly a sad account of how to often a believer miscontrues freedom in Christ as a license to be, say or dress anyway they choose. Ignoring the guidelines that are spoken of in the scriptures of how women are to dress and to carry themselves. Also a missed opportunity to truly witness to someone about Jesus Christ. Interesting title also.
11/02/09
Very thought provoking. Pity we can't love like God loves. We might win more for Jesus if we did. Thanks. Colin
11/02/09
I wish I could find the words to express how much I loved this piece and the many reasons why.
11/04/09
Well, well, well. Truly thought provoking and eye-opening. Can't we give a little cheer for the woman who at least spoke to Shula? So many of us would just avoid eye-contact. But alas, a very vivid picture of a sad reality in our world, from both sides. And excellent writing.
This was not offensive at all. I think it was amazing how you showed so clearly a Muslim woman's pov and feelings. So often we stereo type other religions and faiths and we forget how dedicated the individual people are.

Very eye opening. Excellent writing!