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"it’s late. perhaps it’s early, depending on how you look at things. I get up and step into the infinite night. I inhale the sagebrush aroma that fills the air as I raise my head to greet the stars the storm traveled far and the rain, the rain, that blessed water after traveling a life time is on her way Home at last. it’s late. or perhaps, too early yet. I stand firmly in the coolness of a desert night, with the little girl knocking on the walls of my heart, wishing to be found longing to be found at last."

"it’s late. perhaps it’s early, depending on how you look at things. I get up and step into the infinite night. I inhale the sagebrush aroma that fills the air as I raise my head to greet the stars the storm traveled far and the rain, the rain, that blessed water after traveling a life time is on her way Home at last. it’s late. or perhaps, too early yet. I stand firmly in the coolness of a desert night, with the little girl knocking on the walls of my heart, wishing to be found longing to be found at last."

"To be human is to belong. Belonging is a circle that embraces everything; if we reject it, we damage our nature. The word ‘belonging’ holds together the two fundamental aspects of life: Being and Longing, the longing of our Being and the being of our Longing…The hunger to belong is not merely a desire to be attached to something. It is rather sensing that great transformation and discovery become possible when belonging is sheltered and true." 
John O’Donohue

"To be human is to belong. Belonging is a circle that embraces everything; if we reject it, we damage our nature. The word ‘belonging’ holds together the two fundamental aspects of life: Being and Longing, the longing of our Being and the being of our Longing…The hunger to belong is not merely a desire to be attached to something. It is rather sensing that great transformation and discovery become possible when belonging is sheltered and true." 

John O’Donohue

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