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 The daughter Laila Johansson greets her at least twice a week. Then she often read a piece from the Bible

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Helfrid Eriksson was born on 23 June 1908 in Pernå, Southern Finland, Finland. Her father was a bricklayer and her mother a housewife. Helfrid and her sister studied at a girls' school in Helsinki. She married taxi driver Paul Eriksson and they had a daughter and two sons. Her mother and father lived to be 95 years old.

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If you've seen any of the lengthy topics lately that deal with the "generation" and related issues, you'll notice that I'm probably not the right person to ask. Also, I don't want to turn this particu

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9 minutes ago, The Librarian said:

What do you think @JW Insider?

If you've seen any of the lengthy topics lately that deal with the "generation" and related issues, you'll notice that I'm probably not the right person to ask. Also, I don't want to turn this particular type of post into a doctrinal discussion that no one bargained for, based on the topic name. However, I do think it's a good question, so I'll attach some notes to one of those other recent discussions.

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