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  1. I think the first line needs to be emphasized here: “Between blasphemy and faith there is just a breath”. It is again Khayyam pointing out the futility of religious observance and tells you not to waste your precious breath (i.e., life) on it.

  2. Doings (the breaths that is taken) are real. Feelings( unbelief, religion, doubt, certainty) are appearances, only interpretations of what we do, and not real.

  3. If dems really cared about Catholics help, they could make a reasonable compromise. Employers who don’t want to cover contraception on religious grounds, need to cover something else, really important and more expensive.

    • I think Khayyam would be more concerned about taverns closing on Sundays than anything else!

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