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17 June 2006

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Cecile

I enjoyed the perspective of your amazing intellect. It can be overwhelming at times to understand our connection fully. Thank you Sarkar for your most scholarly yet touching entry.

AmZ

"The touch of Nature which makes the whole world kin is infirmity." Awesome. Thanks for the post! (You've been gone an awful lot lately - one gets lonely!)

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