Faith Diversity

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    Faith Faith can be a substitute to “belief”, “hope” or “trust”. These are all verbs that are missing in the relationship between Paul and Sarah. However when we are introduced to Brian, a football passionate who starts camping on their rooftop, we are also introduced to a confidence and certainty of a cause. This is one of the main themes in the story “faith” by Nick Hornby, which proves to us, the readers, just how important believing in yourself, and realizing how great an impact your surroundings

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    hate, afraid to love the person who allowed me to hold onto my anger, afraid that if I gave her a chance, I might love her. For those three years, Laura didn’t hate me; she understood me. She understood my anger and my confusion, and Laura put her faith in me, although she had every reason not to. To her, I was essentially a good person, just confused and scared; trying to do her best, but just not able to get a hold of herself. She saw me as I wished I could see myself. None of this became clear

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    care acceptance of spiritual beliefs without bias is mandated of all employees. Acceptance and respect of an individual’s belief system and the rituals required aids in the healing process. Healthcare providers need to address key components of any faith in an open and compassionate manner to promote comfort and healing in all individuals. Respect for how an individual believes, the way they choose to allow growth in their belief system and how an individual chooses to maintain their spirituality

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    advancement of science, a lot of young people believe that the world of all things evolved naturally, no longer believe in God's creation, but rather believe that the Big Bang theory. Therefore, there are a lot of young people begin to lose their faith, lost faith in God. And I firmly believe that God is real, and I will show three-point, to help people know God is real existence. First, spirit world really exists. Perhaps when I say this, you will pores erect, I hope you do not be afraid. Have you

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  • Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity: First Draft

    providers at all levels brings you into contact with people of a variety of faiths. This calls for acceptance of a diversity of faith expressions. Research three diverse faiths. Choose faiths that are less well-known than mainstream faiths or are less known to you, such as Sikh, Bahai, Buddhism, Shintoism, Native American spirituality, etc. Compare the philosophy of providing care from the perspective of each of these three faiths with that of the Christian perspective and your own personal perspective

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  • Healthcare and Faith Diversity

    diverse faiths, which are: Buddhism, Baha’i and Judaism, comparing them to Christianity. The essay will explore the basic beliefs, spiritual perspectives on healing and the critical components of healing such as prayer, medication and beliefs. It will also explain what is important to people of those particular faiths when cared for by health care providers whose spiritual beliefs differ from their own. In the conclusion, it will explain how the spiritual perspectives from different faiths should

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    Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity: Final Draft Grand Canyon University Spirituality in Healthcare HLT310 Mathew Hampton August 1, 2013 Abstract The medical field brings many different people of many faiths in contact with health care providers. Spiritual care is a crucial aspect of patient care spiritually allows patients to continue to practice their religious beliefs in the hospital setting is important for the overall healing of the patient. This paper will give comparison on

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  • Heath Care Provider and Faith Diversity

    anyone among you in trouble? Let them pray. Is anyone happy? Let them sing songs of praise. Is anyone among you sick? Let them call the elders of the church to pray over them and anoint them with oil in the name of the Lord. And the prayer offered in faith will make the sick person well; the Lord will raise the up. If they have sinned, they will be forgiven. Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective

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    Faith Diversity We live in a multicultural society where we come in contact with various religions or denominations. To practice nursing competently, nurses need to be knowledgeable about various different faiths and be able to relate to patients of different cultures and faiths (Griffith, 2009). It is important for healthcare professionals and caregivers to understand faith diversity and their healthcare practices in order to provide them with holistically appropriate care (Griffith, 2009). The

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    Faith Diversity We live in a multicultural society where we come in contact with various religions or denominations. To practice nursing competently, nurses need to be knowledgeable about various different faiths and be able to relate to patients of different cultures and faiths (Griffith, 2009). It is important for healthcare professionals and caregivers to understand faith diversity and their healthcare practices in order to provide them with holistically appropriate care (Griffith, 2009). The

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    Faith is the promise of God that gives us the hope and confidence so we can receive, act on, obey, and trust God’s promises, because God is sovereign and trustworthy. Faith looks to and is fuelled by hope, it gives us optimism, builds our confidence, and helps us to be bold and to remain faithful. Without it we can have no joy. Without it we cannot pray. Without it we can never find peace with God. And without it we will certainly never please God. Since I was small, I used to have faith on God

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    Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Jenna Franz Grand Canyon University HLT-310V Andre Mooney November 7, 2013 Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity There are many different religious faiths throughout the world; with many different belief systems each has its own view of health care. Health care professionals, nurses, physicians and other providers should be aware of any religious beliefs that their patients may practice in order to provide competent medical care. Providing

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    “STABILITY & FLEXIBILITY” St. Anselm said that theology was “faith seeking understanding”. What appeared to me at first reading to be a simple statement has proven to be even more profound than I first thought. The idea of combining faith and reason is by no means simple, but as I reflected on it, I found myself wanting to go even deeper as I saw connections to other ideas presented in the most recent weekend and subsequent readings. Anderson’s statement that “theology is a contextual enterprise

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    Faith is something you know rings true deep down inside. You know truth when you hear truth. It’s undeniable; it is infallible. How much is too much? Too much faith … hmm, that’s a good one. I believe that it’s too much faith when it stops you from getting things done, much like for example having faith in that my laundry will get done whether I do or not. It also can interfere with relationships—believing if you just did this or that and they may or may not react, or in hoping he feels the same

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  • Healthcare Provider and Faith Diversity

    Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity: First Draft Michelle L. Murphy GCU: Spirituality in Healthcare March 16, 2014 Rev. Rick Hudock Abstract As heath care providers we need to keep mindful of the care we provide to several different religious traditions. It is up to the health care professional to respect and understand the ideals that affect our patients and their family members. In this paper we will compare the philosophies of three diverse faiths. The faiths chosen are Islam, Christian

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    “Faith” Have you ever been homeless? Have you ever stopped to talk to someone homeless? I went from being homeless, to now living in home. It has been a long and difficult road. One thing I have learned through this experience is to have faith. Please walk through these doors with me, as I tell you how an unfortunate event made a magnificent impact. I went from being homeless, to now living in home. Being homeless has taught me quite a few lessons. One, even the closest people to you can

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  • Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity

    Running Head: HEALTH CARE PROVIDER AND FAITH DIVERSITY Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Kris Pearson Grand Canyon University HLT 302 February 12, 2011 Different religious groups have different believe system in the provision of the healthcare. The health personnel such as doctors and nurses should be aware of the religious beliefs of their patients for effectively delivering medical care. In provision of medical care, religious faith and beliefs of the patient is incorporated

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    Running head: HEALTH CARE PROVIDER AND FAITH DIVERSITY: FIRST Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity: First Draft DeLana Henderson Grand Canyon University Abstract Christianity is a religion which solely believes in one God, the creator of the universe and all within it. There are many different branches of Christianity whose beliefs may vary from one to another. Buddhism, Hinduism and Muslim all have varying philosophies depending on culture, varying teachings and practices. Although

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    The three diverse faiths that have been selected are Buddhism, Sikhism and Shintoism. The three religions will be compared to Christianity based on the philosophy of providing care. Sikhism is a monotheistic religion originally practiced in Punjab. The religion is based on the instructions given by a Guru. Sikhs believe in the existence of only one immortal being while Buddhism originated in the Indian subcontinent. The religion is non-theistic and encompasses different beliefs, practices and traditions

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    Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Leslie Strifler Grand Canyon University HLT-310V July 27, 2014 Thesis Statement With that being said, the differences and similarities of each religion’s methods of medical treatment will be discussed below, allowing the reader to better comprehend the complexities and intricacies of each different faith, with special consideration being paid to the way that each religion handles the use and practice of medical care and treatment. Abstract The worshiping

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    Religion Professor Brad Art Faith Based on the definition of faith, it can be interpreted that faith suggests proof of a higher or supernatural being in the works. So by faith how can we know that there is truly an omnipotent, morally perfect god? Faith is defined in two ways a secular meaning and a religious meaning. The secular meaning is a strong trust or belief in someone or something, this could be said that human reasoning must be involved. The second meaning of faith, which falls under a religious

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    Faith Response Week 7 I think as a Christian I am more aware of the way I treat others. I am blessed to know the word and live in the word. Before I became a Christian I did not worry about what I said or how I treated others. My life is transformed and I know that when people see or hear me they know I am a Christian. The love I demonstrate in the workplace is always being positive. I am never negative and always encouraging my colleagues. I also stay away from gossip and avoid that situation.

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  • Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Hlt-310v

    Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity: First Draft Grand Canyon University: HLTH 310V Abstract As nurses it is important to understand that there is not just one faith, but there are numerous faiths. In order to provide quality of care to our patient, it is important we have insight and understanding to one’s belief. Three religions that are often encountered in health care are Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism with similarities and differences shared within the religions. This paper describes

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    Faith Diversity The United States is a very faith diverse country. There are people from all different cultures, religions, and faiths. Nurses must become educated about these different religious beliefs in order to provide appropriate care for their patients. “Personal faith is a reflection of an individual’s transcendent values and philosophy of life.” (O’Brien, 2008, p. 62) Nurses’ care for the ill and deal with many end of life situations. It is imperative that they understand their patients

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    just supposed to figure it out by ourselves. I live with a man. Who, I have watched to see what his faith is. On a normal basis he does not talk about God or anything related. When his world seems to fall apart or something very tiny happens he then has something to say. Apparently God is against him, or he can not ever get a break. It becomes God’s fault and everyone around him. He has no faith in anything. He is like a kernel of popcorn waiting to burst at any moment. How can you show someone

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    Statement of Faith I believe that the structure of the church should not be determined by culture, business practices, or denominational traditions. The Bible is the only possible common denominator upon which most, if not all, of the God-fearing people of the land can unite. I believe that there is only one God and this God is manifested in three persons-Father, Son and Holy Spirit (trinity). He is the creator of the universe and of all life, the sustainer of all things, who is infinite in

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    system. One commonality noted between Native American belief and the Christian belief is that prayer is used to connect with a higher being and is used to find guidance for the person’s way of life. The second faith practice examined was Buddhism. The belief held by the Buddhism faith according to my second patient Karen stated the five rules to live by; “1) No killing, either human or animal, 2) No stealing, 3) No infidelity, 4) No lying, and 5) No alcohol consumption” (Karen, personal communication

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    Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Religion and spirituality are driving forces for a majority of the world’s population today. There are 13 major world religions, including Christianity Orthodox, Christianity Western, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Bahá’í, Confucianism, Jainism, Judaism, Shinto, Sikhism, Taoism, and Zoroastrianism (Holidays, Festivals, 2010). When addressing health care issues, it’s important to remember

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    Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Jill Gillespie Nursing 310 V Spirituality in Nursing Introduction: As nursing professionals, we are in constant contact with persons from many walks of life and who have unique spiritual and religious backgrounds. To give quality holistic care, nursing professionals need to be understanding and compassionate about these differences and respect the diversification of the patients that we treat. By having an open mind and actively seeking the knowledge

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    Running head: HEALTH CARE PROVIDER AND FAITH DIVERSITY: FIRST Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity: First Draft Carmen Jezierski Grand Canyon University Spirituality in Health Care HLT-310V Mrs. Rhonda Johnston October 16, 2011 Abstract The purpose of this paper was to identify three separate and completely different religious faiths, while comparing their views on healthcare with that of the Christian faith. The chosen faiths for this paper included Wicca, Muslim, and Atheism. This

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    Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Members of the healthcare team come in contact with a diverse multi-cultural environment on a daily basis. Every individual is just that an individual with a different worldview and varying faith background. To some individual’s, religion plays a very important role in their daily lives, while to others it may not seem to play a very big role. Newsweek (2009) polls since 1992 show religion is fairly to very important in the lives of 85% of people (as cited

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    Faith In the text Haight tells us that Faith is one of the fundamental sources for theology. He also states at the end that faith always remains constant, and that this is one of the reasons why theology, which is a discussion of God, is possible. But, what does constant mean? The dictionary defines constant as something continuing without pause or let up, something that does not or cannot vary. For example: a table. A table is constant, because it exists without pause and does not vary. Hence

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    Hello, I was asked to speak on the value of faith. I’m going to start off with a scripture in Alma Chapter 32 verse 21, which says “And now as I said concerning faith—faith is not to have a perfect knowledge of things; therefore if ye have faith ye hope for things which are not seen, which are true” Having faith in Jesus Christ means relying completely on Him—trusting in His infinite power, intelligence, and love. It includes believing His teachings. It means believing that even though you do not

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    Faith can sometime relate to me in a kind of funny and ridiculous way. In fact some of my faith goes straight to one thing in particular, The Dallas Cowboys. One game specifically was where the Cowboys were down 2 and it was the last play of the game. Our kicker Nick Folk had to make a 60 yard field goal in the snow to win the game. As I watched the kick from Nick Folk fly through the air and BARELY make it through the upright, I had faith. But my celebration was halted when my dad and I realized

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  • Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity

    Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity: First Draft Student Name Grand Canyon University: HLT 302 March 20, 2016 Abstract Christianity and Buddhism are two religions that believe very differently from one another. They have a different god; believe differently about how the world was created, what humans are and how we evolved. They have different beliefs on what happens after one dies, how we know what we know, and how we know right from wrong. These two religions even have a different idea

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    health care providers at all levels brings you into contact with people from a variety of faiths. This calls for knowledge and acceptance of a diversity of faith expressions.   The purpose of this paper is to complete a comparative analysis of two faith philosophies towards providing health care, one being the Christian perspective. For the second faith, choose a faith that is unfamiliar to you. Examples of faiths to choose from: Sikh, Baha'i, Buddhism, Shintoism, etc.   In a minimum of 1,500-2,000

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    Running head: Healthy Grief Healthy Grief Bincy Mathew Grand Canyon University HLT-310V Spirituality in Health Care December 18, 2011 Grieving Process by Kubler-Ross and the Story of Job The most painful part of the life is loss. Grief is a range of emotions and behaviors shown by people when confronted with a sudden loss. Kubler-Ross made a great contribution to the study of mourning in 1969 by introducing the “5 stages of grief”: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance

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  • Faith Diversity and the Healthcare Provider

    Running head: FAITH DIVERSITY AND THE HEALTHCARE PROVIDER: FINAL Faith Diversity and the Healthcare Provider: Final Draft Grand Canyon University: HLT 310V Abstract Patients’ emotional and spiritual needs are not disengaged from the patients’ physical and physiological needs but are considered an integral component of their recovery. There is evidence in medical literature that suggests a strong relationship between spirituality and medicine. With this information, healthcare providers

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    Running Head: Faith Diversity Health Care Providers and Faith Diversity Jolly Allesh Grand Canyon University HLT-310V January 9, 2012 Abstract Health care providers care for patients from a number of different religious traditions and need to gain as much knowledge as they can, regarding such religions and their cultures to provide quality care. Three religions that are often encountered in health care are Baha’ism, Buddhism, and Sikhism. All of these religions share many similarities

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    Care Provider and Faith Diversity Delia Stoica Grand Canyon University: HLT-310V February 4, 2012 Abstract The following paper describes three different religions: Judaism, Islam and Hinduism. It will detail the spiritual perspective on healing that all three of the faiths have. A description of what is important to their healing and what is important for the healthcare provider to know in caring for people of these faiths. Also there will be a summary of how these faiths differ from Christianity

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    Health care Provider and Faith Diversity Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Lakeshia Grimes Grand Canyon University: HLT 302 02/19/12 Dr.Sunshine Weeks Abstract Healthiness source in urban area typically contain most of their patients being from different faiths. For example, Baha’i, Sikh, Buddhist patients like Christianity look for conservative healing to balance a quantity of practices in their faith the same as prayer, loyalty, and meditation. In the majority

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    Running head: A HEALTHCARE PROVIDER AND FAITH DIVERSITY A Healthcare Provider and Faith Diversity: An In-Depth Look Christin Cockerum Grand Canyon University: HLT 310V 03/18/2012 A Healthcare Provider and Faith Diversity: An In-Depth Look Healing consists of many variables within individual beliefs and faiths. Whether it is non-traditional faiths or traditional beliefs each one is connected through meaning of a higher spiritual enlightenment. This could include a philosophy or religion

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    Diversity 1 Running Head: FAITH DIVERSITY Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Grand Canyon University: HLT-301V March 9, 2012 Diversity 2 Abstract In today’s world of cultural co-habitation, it is more important than ever for the healthcare provider to practice cultural competency. Culture competence is having the knowledge, abilities and skills to deliver care in keeping with the patient’s beliefs and practices (Purnell & Paulanka, 2008). The philosophy of healing, including

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    Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity: First Draft “Spirituality is the aspect of humanity that refers to the way individuals seek and express meaning and purpose and the way they experience their connectedness to the moment, to self, to others, to nature, and to the significant or sacred” (Pulchalski & Ferrell, 2009). INTRODUCTION It is important for the professional nurse to recognize the unique spiritual beliefs and individuality of each patient and family who enters the hospital setting

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    Running head: HEALTH CARE PROVIDER AND FAITH DIVERSITY Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Cindy Hardeman Grand Canyon University Spirituality in Health Care HLT310V Emory Davis April 22, 2012 Abstract The practice of health care providers at all levels brings you into contact with people of a variety of faiths. Within a clinical setting an important aspect of spiritual care is enabling participation in religious observation, where desired. This article reveals the authors and Christianity’s

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  • Health Care Diversity of Different Faiths

    The Healing of Different Faiths Daniel Rodriguez Grand Canyon University Spirituality in Health Care HLT-327V The Healing of Different Faiths Diversity or different faiths must be taken into consideration when providing care to different patients from all the different faiths in the world. There are many different faiths, but the few faiths that will be elaborated on will be Native American, Buddhism, and Hinduism faiths. Buddhism is widely practiced

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    ealth Health care Provider and Faith Diversity Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Lakeshia Grimes Grand Canyon University: HLT 302 02/19/12 Dr.Sunshine Weeks Abstract Healthiness source in urban area contain most patients being from different faiths. For example, Baha’i, Sikh, Buddhist patients similar to Christianity use conservative healing to balance a quantity of practices in their faith the same as prayer, faithfulness, and meditation. In the majority case

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    Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity: First Draft Vimlesh Narayan Grand Canyon University: HLT-310V 06/17/2012 This paper is researched on different faiths which are arcane to many. Buddhism, Sikh and Baha are the three different religions that are compared in this paper. The paper will Compare the philosophy of providing care from the perspective of each of these three faiths with that of the Christian perspective. First it will discuss the spiritual perspective of healing

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    Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity: First Draft Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity: First Draft Shannon R. Flinn Grand Canyon University: HLT-310V 07-01-12 Abstract Health care providers at every level interact with patients of many different religious beliefs and back rounds. When treating a patient with a holistic approach it is important to have an understanding of their spiritual perspective of healing. This paper will include critical components of the Buddhism

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    Running head: HEALTH CARE PROVIDER AND FAITH DIVERSITY Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity Tina D. Grand Canyon University: HLT-310V 6-28-2012 Health Care Provider and Faith Diversity In nursing, patients from many different backgrounds end up needing care. Nurses need to know their own faith, morals, and values when caring for these patients. When a nurse knows how they feel personally they will then need to learn about different backgrounds they may

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