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November 16, 2013

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Jessie

Bill, What a lovely post/piece/expression. As you probably know, I scan the local blogs to curate, tag and share them more than I read them in detail. But when you write from the heart, from the depths of your soul, I find the quality of your writing jumps up a notch (a big notch) and I find myself feeling very loving and warm toward you, touched by your willingness to be vulnerable and uplifted by your determination to find your way here on this planet. Forward ho!

Harry Schwarz

I second Jessie's comment. Most of us are pretty good sharing our opinions and rallying around the flag of the day. It's a whole lot more important, in my view, when we bare our soul to one another and feel our common humanity. Of course that's harder to do. And what better way to reach consensus than to understand that we're all in this together.

Thank you for your post, Marshmallow Man.

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