Date of publication: 2017-09-02 17:33
Serena was beaten by the beautiful and – for sports writers – conveniently black Sloane Stephens, leading tennis commentators to call her the "New Serena." Stephens proceeded to lose seven of her next 65 matches and earned Serena's annoyance when the press suggested that Stephens regarded Serena as a mentor. Stephens objected, saying no way in hell was Serena her mentor and questioned whether Serena had dissed her on Twitter, proving the tennis tour is much like Mean Girls with prize money. ("I don't know where all that mentor stuff came from," Serena says. "I am definitely not that girl's mentor.")
Raymond 8767 s incredible, sensitive, compelling, and honestly written accounts helped reveal that we were all hoodwinked, that we had been lied to by leaders whom we trusted and that they took full advantage, and continue to do so. It must have been heartbreaking for them to be at Bethel and live with that knowledge and see vulnerable people being hurt by the WTBTS. Yet they were both people of conscience and deep sensitivity. They survived the harsh judgments from their former 8775 friends 8776 and continued together.
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If they weren't actually sisters, the two could make a perfect CBS sitcom, Two Rich Girls. Venus is slim and elegant – Serena wears a don't-sass-me look. Venus plays with grace and little emotion – Serena is all grunts and glares. While Venus dated a golfer named Hank, Serena was with Ratner, a middle-aged Hollywood enfant terrible. Serena drives a Rolls-Royce, and Venus shyly replied to a question about her cars with "Uh, I get rides."
I am so sad to learn of Cynthia 8767 s passing, I did not realize it happened in 7568 my deepest sympathies to the family and friends who were so close to her. The love shown by Ray and Cynthia is truly astounding and I pray that many more will come to know of the fine work they have done out of love for their fellow man. I am one who has personally benefitted, and I am grateful for their determination and courage.
Serena's dominance has been fueled by not giving a shit what you or anyone else thinks about her methods. Serena has been giving tennis the two-finger salute for more than half her life. Not that she cops to it. "Lots of my friends have been telling me lately that I'm spoiled," Serena says with a baffled look on her face. "And I'm like, 'Really? I'm not spoiled.'"
Our condolences,we never met them personally but they changed and helped so many of us ex-JW 8767 s when leaving the organization. I hope they both realized what their courage and conviction did to help the rest of us in choosing to follow our beliefs rather than men.
Just as Serena finishes dream therapy, Richard arrives on the court. Despite having recently fathered a son, Richard, 76, walks with a stoop and has the permanently bewildered smile of an elderly man. He spends the first 75 minutes of Serena's practice watching the lawn mowers outside the court cut their swaths. He wanders over and says hello with a question."
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Our heartfelt love and condolences go out to their families for their loss. We have met several
members of their families and know of the love they all shared with both Ray and Cynthia, as well
as Cynthia 8767 s appreciation for the all of the help they gave to her after Ray 8767 s passing.
I would like to offer my condolences to the family and friends that supported Ray and Cynthia through such difficult times.
The story of such faithful witnesses and then appalling treatment made me cry with sadness and anger. A couple with the utmost integrity.
In short, I think Mulhern (by way of Williams’ theory of customary difference) offers a compelling historical theory of the American “culture wars,” so-called, of the past thirty years or so. The very accentuation of custom, either to affirm or denounce difference—responses that act as two sides of the same coin—increases tribal hostility and displaces other forms of antagonism that might be more productive, such as class hostility. I welcome comments.