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25 September 2021


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YES IT DOES-speak that is --- with the most beautiful of voices-

Thinking of you and holding you close in my heart, friend.

I'm glad that you can find this small bit of solace.

No better way to find peace than to commune with nature. May it soothe your soul and heart.

Hoping that this brief respite into nature has made your sadness a little less. Thinking of you and sending prayers. From Boston.

The sound of silence it’s very soothing; Beautiful words, thanks Corey ❤️‍🔥

Nature is a healing place.
Blessings and much love

This morning while making my coffee, I thought about a hymn that says how God speaks through Nature, I was singing to myself this bit:

"... he shines in all that's fair ~
In the rustling grass, I hear him pass,
he speaks to me everywhere"

Spending time in nature is good for the soul 💚

So beautiful, Corey. So clear and the little waterfall is just lovely. Find healing and peace.

Oh, to walk there.

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