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SILENCE: THE GREAT TEACHER

By |January 13, 2020|Categories: , |

I have about a two-minute commute to work – walking. For the most part, that is a good thing and most people are jealous when they find out where I live. Every time I get on the Trans Canada and realize that people drive that highway everyday, I am deeply grateful for my commute. Every once in a while, I need to travel to a meeting and head down the highway. While I used to crank up the tunes on such a commute, for the past several years I have found great pleasure and peace in turning the audio [...]

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