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Site of Pine Gardens tenant's meeting has been moved to Laconia

To The Daily Sun,

Attention Pine Gardens residents:

Due to an overwhelming response to the Tenant's Association formation meeting being held on Monday, April 27 at 6 p.m., we have had to relocate the meeting place due to space requirements.
The new location for the meeting will be at the Belknap County complex, located at 34 County Drive in Laconia, in the multi-purpose room. This location is in the same building as the Belknap County Nursing home. There will be signs posted at the complex. Park management personnel are not allowed to attend association meetings.
As a reminder, tenant's associations are organized for several reasons. They educate residents on their rights and responsibilities as tenants in manufactured housing communities, they foster community interactions where neighbors look out for each other, and if the park were ever to be sold, the tenant's association is in a position to easily form a cooperative to purchase the property.
There will be a member of MHOTA (Manufactured Home Owners & Tenant's Association) available to assist us with questions and concerns; we will be voting on Board Members. If you are interested, please RSVP via telephone, text message or e-mail. The information was distributed last Friday and Saturday indicating contact information. We will have light refreshments.
We are extremely excited about this opportunity and wish to thank all residents who have contacted us. For further research, go to:
http://mota-nh.org/
http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/NHTOC/NHTOC-XVII-205-A.htm
Judy Estes & Simone Henderson
Belmont

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Existence of supernatural world is all around: how did we get here?

To The Daily Sun,

It's interesting that Mr. Veverka, whose past letters — if you have followed them — have shown him to have a poor grasp on understanding history, should imagine himself as a person to judge as to if the Bible is historical or not. He congratulates himself as if he were profound for casting Biblical truth as "beliefs of people who didn't know where the sun went at night." This is rather hubris from one who it seems has forgotten that the knowledge of the world that we today possess has been the result of an inheritance. We have been the beneficiaries of an increase in knowledge because of the opportunity to have more minds focus on a thing than our ancient ancestors. Written language was a help in this. Yet the real breakthrough in this came with movable type. With the invention of movable type, many more minds were able to work to find solutions to problems presented. An overview of history confirms the correlation between Gutenberg's invention and this increase in knowledge. That the human mind was inferior prior to this is not in evidence, only not harnessed. To claim that spiritual knowledge followed the same trajectory is ludicrous. The only parallel is the protestant reformation which was to bring back the truth of the Scriptures to a church that had become corrupt, and then this technology gave the ability to disseminate the truth of the Scriptures more widely than ever before. The Apostles' teaching has not been improved upon, only made more widely available. For God does not change. What He revealed about Himself 2000 years ago is just as applicable today as it was then.
Jim says that "there is no evidence for any supernatural realm." He is quite mistaken.That a supernatural realm exists is evidenced by the existence of the temporal world itself. How did it get here? How did we get here? How is it that we are alive? Other than a supernatural God there is no explanation, only hemming and hawing and evasive answers will you get. Ask Jim to explain it? The Big Bang Theory really does not explain it. In who's experience has an unguided explosion ever brought order and creation, but only destruction. In our experience only when an intelligent designer is the author of the explosion and the after processes does an explosion serve to help create, say a highway.
Science legitimately gives us tools to examine the physical world today in the present. It is not equipped to evaluate the supernatural realm which is above the natural and is not measurable by earthly methods of measure, except perhaps when God chooses to move on the natural. Then His action is seen.
Yet God at His choosing allows His children to see into this supernatural realm through dreams and visions and less often actual experience in it. This is not an uncommon thing as some assume. Not to say that every dream is from God nor is every vision that one may present, from God; yet God does reveal the supernatural realm in this way. If Jim and others are blind to this realm it does not mean that it does not exist, only that they are blind to it. And know, that they will ridicule anything outside of the temporal evolutionary box that they have chosen to live in. This is the world we live in. Yet God's Truth is real.
Yet the most full proof is the Holy Spirit living in believers' hearts. This is why the Truth will not go away, no matter what you say or do to us. For it is God who lives in our hearts.

John Demakowski

Franklin

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