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  1. …But in my mind there’s nothing so wasteful and violent than an infidelity to self.” This summed it all. Thanks for sharing this Lynne 🙂

  2. Thanks for reblogging, Lynne. Much appreciated. 🙂

    1. My pleasure. Thank you for sharing it.

  3. Agree with Marie above. And a true love being a triangle between a couple and a larger element like the land.

    1. True. The larger element in the triangle makes for a much stronger bond. Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting.

  4. Makes me remember I need to read her other books. Read “Don’t Let’s…” and it was fabulous.

  5. Glad to hear that. I almost checked it out, but I already had an arm full of books. I’ll get it on the next trip for sure.

  6. I like when she refers to being made aware of our own aloneness. Even in the midst of those that I love or adore, I’m still aware that there are tasks I must do in life which no one else can. I now painfully aware of my course, since I am now all alone.

    1. I consider it a blessing to be able to find our purpose, especially in our “aloneness.” We’re all created for a purpose–something that you can do that no one else can duplicate. Sometimes it takes our “aloneness” to find that purpose.

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