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Thinking About Dirt

Thinking About Dirt

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Published by Rakesh Mohan Hallen
Dirt is almost omnipresent, in fact wherever there is free access to air, there is a likelihood of dirt. That is why we need to dust over belongings, take bath and wash clothes. Else it tends to accumulate over time, something that we do not desire, it makes things look dirty!!
Dirt is almost omnipresent, in fact wherever there is free access to air, there is a likelihood of dirt. That is why we need to dust over belongings, take bath and wash clothes. Else it tends to accumulate over time, something that we do not desire, it makes things look dirty!!

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Published by: Rakesh Mohan Hallen on Feb 18, 2012
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Interesting piece. Glad you swept out those thoughts and shared them.
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lay belly to belly with mother earth and enjoy the dirt
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mind is a studio which will produce thing which we feed in..
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