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Many lessons learned from butterflies

2:58 PM, May 25, 2013
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A few summers ago as I was sitting on my garden swing, a monarch butterfly came and rested on my hand.

I sat very quietly, hardly breathing and never moving a muscle or even blinking. Because I was so quiet the butterfly honored me with its presence for a long time. It seemed somehow wrong to disturb its tranquil rest and I felt honored that it had chosen to befriend me.

It lingered for perhaps a half hour or so. From time to time I could feel its tiny feet gently probing my skin and sometimes it would move its wings ever so slowly. ...

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