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“Oh, God!” The Abbot re-reads the second email and takes the lazy route, answering in the reply:


> 1.Are you still interested to complete this transaction in good faith and
> confidence with me?.

> 2.What do i tell the lawyer?.

What lawyer?
> 3.Are you ready to pay the mobilisation fee to the lawyer as soon as possible
> or not,as i am promising you right now that i will help you to pay the balance
> payment to the lawyer after his provision of the vital document's with your
> name.

I do not understand this.
> 4.Should i retrieve your passport photograph and the monastery bank account
> particular's?.

Nor do I understand this.
> A lot of delay's and disppointment has been experienced,Why?.

I cannot speak for Friar Tuck. I personally have done nothing to delay you.
> Well God knows the best for joining us together.It might be the way God have
> mandated me to help the church.I am assuring you that immediately after the
> procurement's of the relevant document's on your bahalf,the job is already
> finsihed at my own duty post,just to see this fund been transfered directly to
> you through telegraphic wire transfer.

I am still trying to understand what it is that you have been arranging with Friar Tuck. Is it legal?
> Meanwhile Mrs.Mobutu is still happy with you and your church for God is in
> control.

Who is Mrs Mobutu?
> God bless you.
> Thank's,
> Blessing Justice.

I feel that I am quite at sea here, Mr Justice. Correct me if I am wrong but is it that Mrs Mobutu wishes to donate $1800 to the Monastery? If this is so I commend her to God and will pray for her tonight.

Fidem deus, omnes nummi.

Abbot Costello.

And he said, Woe unto you also, ye lawyers! for ye lade men burdens grievous to be borne, and ye yourselves touch not the burdens with one of your fingers.

- St Luke 11:46.

The Abbot is totally confused by now. Or is he?

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