I got a very neat e-mail awhile back. It spoke of a man that came home after a hard and stressful day of work and put his hand on the old maple tree in his yard. He closes his eyes and lets it all go. He concentrates on the problems lifting off of his shoulders and goes inside to his wife and children without worry. He pick his problems back up from the tree the next morn. I thought that was kinda neat.
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