My Favorite People Call Me Grandpa Fathers Day shirt

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Every time I hear of Jerusalem I am glad to live in a very boring village in rural Germany. Nothing ever happens here. If a bycicle gets stolen it makes the My Favorite People Call Me Grandpa Fathers Day shirt, that’s how boring it is. And I love it. No disputes, no terrorism, no shooting, no bomb threats, no war of religions. Just a few cows and horses and some cats sleeping in the sun.

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Omg i miss Jerusalem i know that what you talking.. Been 8 yeats there with lovely people jews or muslims.. Being a Catholic i was not in touch with Christian community but just to visit church every sunday i was feeling new energy no stress even if i had My Favorite People Call Me Grandpa Fathers Day shirt was vanished.. & specially my daughter born in Jerusalem so it’s so precious & holy for me.. God bless Jerusalem & Israel.. Hope to visit soon.. Lots of love from 

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I remember being in Jerusalem and My Favorite People Call Me Grandpa Fathers Day shirt the Western Wall, I could hear the church bells ringing behind me and the loud speaker for the Al Alsa mosque above me. That moment I felt completely overwhelmed by emotion and the feeling you get by being in such a holy city. I felt this even though I am completely unreligious.

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