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Window on the World

By , November 14, 2019

This morning, Michelle and I shared a particularly interesting discussion. She observed, “I have learned more about the world since we moved to this tiny cabin in the forest on the edge of the ocean, than I learned in my previous 40 years.”

I thought about it, we talked it over, but as soon as she said it, it seemed obvious to me. Perhaps not so obvious was why this might be so.

Coast Range Detail, Alaska

Our real window on the world can sometimes get a little hazy, but we’ve broadened our horizons in other ways (Photo: Mark A. Zeiger).

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