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QUASAR9 said…
Hi Ghost Particle,
I think you capture the season beautifully - it is the season of giving. In giving we receive.

Caring for others, and
Caring for the Planet
is ultimately how best to show
we care, and care for ourselves

Best wishes & season greetings to you, your loved ones, and all around.
Homo Escapeons said…
Very Cool Ghosty.
I watched Richard Gere talking about what he had learned from the Dalai Lama and he said that the great paradox of Life is that you GET MORE OUT OF IT when you GIVE.
I offer you my sincerest thanks for sharing this journey with me...I always enjoy your company ghosty.
Namaste..and Best Wishes for 007!

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