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"Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: [Taps his glass and stands, saying] Mercy and truth have met together. Righteousness and bliss shall kiss one another.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: Man, in his weakness and shortsightedness believes he must make choices in this life.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: He trembles at the risks he takes. We do know fear. But no. Our choice is of no importance.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: There comes a time when our eyes are opened and we come to realize that mercy is infinite.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: We need only await it with confidence and receive it with gratitude.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: Mercy imposes no conditions.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: And lo! Everything we have chosen has been granted to us.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: And everything we rejected has also been granted.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: Yes, we even get back what we rejected.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: For mercy and truth have met together, and righteousness and bliss shall kiss one another."
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John Wayne
Birth: 1907-05-26 Death: 1979-11-06

"The High and the Mighty,"

Born Marion Morrison, John Wayne was the son of a pharmacist. Wayne got into acting after becoming a friend of actor Tom Mix who got him a job as a prop man in exchange for football tickets to USC, where Wayne played. He became friends of director John Ford who got him bit parts. He made 70 low-budget B westerns before Ford cast him in Stagecoach, which made him a star. He went on to appear in a string of major motion pictures, including The Alamo, The Green Berets and Fort Apache. He is perhaps best known for his role as Rooster Cogburn in True Grit, which earned him an Oscar.



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