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Dariya Roussanova

I bookmarked this for future sad and rainy days like today....feel like throwing my raincoat on and going out into my plant-impoverished back yard to make some decisions. True. Great therapy!

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Joy and sorrow are the same teacher. And where there is joy and sorrow, there is purpose. Thank you!

   
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Bethany Patchin

You are a wonderful writer; I’m happy to have stumbled upon your name and articles.

   

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