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For Want of a Nail.
“For Want of a Nail” first arrived in culture in the 13 century, and made famous here in the United States when Benjamin Franklin included a version of it in his June 1758 publication of his annual “Poor Richard’s Almanack”. In simple yet memorable prose it strikes a chord that all are familiar with, that seemingly unimportant acts or omissions can have grave and unforeseen consequences. The Bible is full of examples of things that at first glance may seem small of insignificant, but in the end, we learn just how big the small things are of can become! Smell Like Smoke Slingshot #1 Slingshot #2
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