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For millennia, these rivers have embraced and nurtured us like our mothers. It is time we embrace and nurture them now.


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    When you are no more identified with your physicality, you become available to Grace.
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    In deep, conscious involvement with everything around you, there is no entanglement; there is just joy.
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    Your ways of thinking and feeling, your likes and dislikes, your philosophies and ideologies all melt down when you fall in love.
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