Hi Brad,

Wrote this a couple years ago but I think it was the reference to American abolitionist John Sullivan Dwight who translated it into English.

Dwight identified with the third verse of the carol: “Truly he taught us to love one another; his law is love and his gospel is peace. Chains shall he break, for the slave is our brother; and in his name all oppression shall cease.”

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Albert Nerenberg is an acclaimed director, hypnotist, and one of the world’s top experts on laughing. www.Hypnologist.net

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Albert Nerenberg

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Albert Nerenberg is an acclaimed director, hypnotist, and one of the world’s top experts on laughing. www.Hypnologist.net

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