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August 09, 2007


Thanks for the link - that was great. Wish there was a transcript of his entire presentation.

In the current issue of Faerie Magazine Chandra Cerchione-Peltier writes a lovely article with Ari Berk in which he expresses many of the same sentiments including the wonderful story about his son making the forest.

That's beautiful! Thanks so much for that link.

I am reminded of Rachel Carson's book _The Sense of Wonder_, also about the importance of wonder for children ... Carson's book was a symphony of text and photography. I forget when she wrote it, but I remember I used to have a copy, and it was lost when my apartment flooded. I need to find one again.

At any rate, the music and the message were both beautiful. I need to look up more on this artist.

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