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Valeria ... thanks for your kind words and eloquence. I am with DA -- love "reducing the personal distance".

DA, Gianandrea, CK -- this is what community is all about. Taking the time to discover the treasures in our midst and appreciate how much they give us-- I'm talking about Gavin.

Thank you for enriching this conversation in so many ways that speak of who you are.

Thank you for this post...and for this tremendous line:

"By changing our story from one of scarcity to one of abundance, even in the face of all the evidence that would have it the other way."

This was a generous post in its teachings. You now have a whole new fan (and friend, too).

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