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Subsequently, due to enforced lifestyle of the Western Society, humans must work and there are many professions to choose from so an adequate allowance of monies can be procured. So what is a young lady to do for a profession when she has skills such as graphology? The obviously answer would be authoring.

Although authors work very hard for many months before getting paid, if paid at all, they seem to share a passion. The passion of writing, so they may convey a message to the other humans, be they Evolution or Creation thinking humans matters not. Young ladies need to earn a living because as said before, she too must work and carve out an existence for herself so she may eat and deliver once again that which went down her orifice.

Consequently the Creation thinking young lady sought advice from that Great Book which James so carefully had ordered to be made available to the whole of mankind. Not just to some but to the whole, far and wide, young and old, good and bad, male and female, each living human being. Various answers showed up but a solitaire portion stood out and made up the mind of the piggy knowledgeable young lady. She realised that one day she no longer would be considered a young lady but rather an aged woman. Now aged women according to the writings of the Great Book are to display behaviour as becometh holiness, not false accusers, not given to much wine and teachers of good things.

Considering the young lady thought that the keeping of piggies was a good thing, she decided that it would be a worthy cause to be a teacher of good things and write down the essential components of piggy keeping. After all she would not want to be classed as an evil teacher whose mouths must be stopped, who subvert whole houses, teaching things which they ought not, for filthy lucre's sake. No, she definitely did not wish to be part of The Cretians, which were numbered with the liars, evil beasts, and slow bellies. She realised that she needed to look well to the ways of her future household and she was determined that she would not eat the bread of idleness.

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