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This blossom of all things beautiful, peaches promised

Uninterruptedly seized by the hammering waltz of that draconian war, like a sinister boundless haze recalling that human’s intent is by instinct driven to destroy, it feels almost obscene to punctiliously perceive its opposite by planting a tree.

To observe life literally flourish into this blossom of all things beautiful, peaches promised, must be the salacious and soothing grace of our tiny domain, ours as in all of us.

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Trying to make ones life sustainable is more than a personal choice and almost automatically leads to a multitude of decisions you have never even thought of before. On this website we share what works for us, or woefully no longer works, obviously without claiming the same for you.

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