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Truth Recipe

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Once upon a time there existed a civilization called the Mesopotamians. These people accepted the logic of the elements, the weather, density, weight ratios, and natural powers much mightier than themselves.

They accepted these things as the ingredients of their lives.

This was their “truth” in its basic and practical form.

Let’s take the cute “Weather Rock,” a charming little tchotchke often sold to tourists in the American west.

The instructions read:

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And he sent it back from whence it came.

by Lawrence J. J . Leonard

 

Yes, on a few occasions have I met
others with supernatural powers.
Understanding their craft was my greatest asset and
realizing that the extent of their

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Elements: For the Record

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Remember that first autumn breeze?

The hottest day of your life?

When did it snow and you got to taste it?

Is there really a day when the sun shines and the rain comes down at the same time?
Oh, yes. It happens.

How do we address the true nature of the weather we encounter?

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