Go Jump in the River, and you May Learn Something

When lost, we can always follow the river

A river reflect our lives in so many ways. It’s unique shape and movement, history, it’s winding stream is an analogy to our life. A fractal reflection of our living experience in this planet. The events that shape a river, and its relationship to the world are much like our own. Go to the river and drink its…

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State of the art lover, ocupies a cave in India, nurses the elderly and the dying. Was a goat in his last lifetime

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Leonardo Del Toro

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State of the art lover, ocupies a cave in India, nurses the elderly and the dying. Was a goat in his last lifetime

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