Crooked Cops #3 Part 2

Pat McGaha

Time & Patience 

I confess. Throughout my life I have struggled with the application of these two words. The only way I find peace is through prayer. I think of God and Job when I think of Patience. I think of God when I think of Time. 

Ecclesiastes 3:1 “To everything there is a season, a time for every purpose under Heaven.”

Patience is a virtue: The first known recording of this expression is most often awarded to William Langland in his poem “Piers Plowman” written between 1360-1387.   

Crooked Cops #3 Part 2

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If there is such a thing as luck, I do not have it. That is the primary reason I do not gamble. As luck would have it, I was not finished being frustrated with G.B. I would have to deal with Tango again.  I often wondered, why me?  Of all the detectives on…

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