Remmon

Remmon

(rĕm`ən): see En-rimmonEn-rimmon
, in the Bible, place, reoccupied after the Exile. The same is meant by "Ain and Rimmon" and "Ain, Remmon" in the Book of Joshua; by "Ain, Rimmon" in First Chronicles; and by "Rimmon" in Zechariah. It was near the border of Simeon.
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'Aristotle said that there are many ways to do the wrong thing, and only one way to do the right thing.' (Remmon E.
Read Marcos and the forgetfulness of evil by Remmon E.
Some 20 years ago, Bill McGarry, SJ, then my rector at the Arrupe International Residence, gave me this advice: Remmon, when you find yourself in a new place, shut your mouth for at least a year.