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How nice that nature makes your trip to the recycling transfer site such a pleasure! I can just picture the movement shed by the shifting clouds/light. It does give a sense of our earth, ever moving.

Love the quote you've chosen. I read "Women Who Run With the Wolves" sixteen years ago, and it was a life-changing experience for me. It was one of the first books where I underlined and starred passages so I could find them again quickly. I just opened my copy to the section The Man on the River - where she says "animus is the soul-force in women" - which eerily addresses where I am right now in my life. Time to do some reading....

I've found "Women Who Run With the Wolves" is perfect for opening to a random page and getting just what I need to know at that moment.

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