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October 18, 2011


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Thinking of you both Sam and thank you for posting - too true, and lucky are those who find the tools to cope.

Not to create disharmony. A seeming paradox in an extremely mentally and physically compromised human being who seems to strike such a discordant presence, yet, as you say, nothing to be added, nothing to be taken away.

In appearing so dissonant, the child showing us where our limits are, how we fit, and whether we are true to our natures, since they can only "be" without distraction, who they must be.

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