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The Invitation

by Oriah Mountain Dreamer

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    May 1999, 136 pages

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Leslie L Kaye Kruggel

What's Really Important in Life
I read it over quickly and could relate to what she wrote because I am not materialistic. I have not bought into "what to buy to become somebody." I found myself agreeing with the stanzas she wrote. I am 77 now and at this time of my life I learned all of those lessons and reached those conclusions. Those ideas are not new for me and don't need to read them again as I live it.
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