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Robert Schuller’s Daughter lost a leg because of a horrible skying accident. She learned to walk all over again. After she returned home from the hospital, Schuller plucked a rose from his rose garden and began to play "He loves me and he loves me not" with his daughter. Schuller had planned to end with "he loves me." However, before he could...

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