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As Wars Rage On Our Planet, A Quiet Band Of Other Life Forms Simply Responds To Their Daily Life’s Calling

We humans can learn from this

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Ours is an anxiety-rich planet these days, made more so by the selection of disasters fed to us by the media, with their deliberate and breathless cycling of sometimes terrifying news.




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