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G.F. Smith

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By his own proudly stated admission, G. F. Smith has a fantastic family: a wonderful wife of 35+ years who cares to great measure (a Director of a not-for-profit corporation in charge of a large staff overseeing Supported Living Programs for people with disabilities). They have four remarkable and talented grown children, and several awesome grandchildren (up to five at present), which are all a huge part of their lives.

G. F. Smith has always been a DYI type of guy; he understands physics, engineering, and mechanics, is technologically privy and knows his way around computers and computer controlled equipment. He is handy around the house, having been a tradesman in multiple fields, and a general contractor in his yo
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Parallax (Subjected, #1)

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Eye of God (Subjected, #0)

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it was amazing 5.00 avg rating — 2 ratings — published 2013
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Why Change Anything?

By
G. F. Smith

11-11-16



Have
you ever wondered what life would be like without motion?



Ahhhhh, you’re getting it. There is no life…without motion. Everything is
in some state of flux, or motion: sub-atomic particles, molecules…people,
planets… galaxies, even the universe. Life is defined by motion, as is time.
When something moves, it changes, and when something changes…it moves.
Simple as that.



But th

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