Todd J. Taylor
When we breathe, it is the air from the passing wind that fills our lungs. To
our nostrils drifts the fragrance of the woodland flower. When we taste, it is
of the earth's flavors and its saltiness. When we eat, it is of the field's corn
and its wheat. When we open our eyes they are filled with sunlight and
Who can be certain where the self stops and the universe begins?
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Last updated on Tuesday, February 19, 2013.
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