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"IF YOU NEED ANYTHING..."

A wealthy man was moving into a new house, and his next door neighbor just happened to be a Quaker. The Quakers, as you know, believe in simplicity and plainness of life. The Quaker neighbor watched as the movers carted in numerous pieces of furniture, a great deal of clothing, and many more decorative pieces. Then he walked over to his neighbor and said in his quaint, Quaker way, "Neighbor, if thee hath need of anything, please come to see me and I’ll tell thee how to get along without it."

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