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Befriending A Butterfly Transformed My Worldview

How slowing down can heal us

Photo by David Clode on Unsplash

It’s amazing what you notice if you sit quietly and observe.

Since the pandemic, I’ve had a lot more time for quiet moments. Hours lounging on my hammock opened my eyes to the magic in my very own backyard. I’ve since made friends with a butterfly.

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Malinda Fusco

Malinda Fusco

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