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Anima Mundi

The other day I went to lunch with a friend and co-worker who is an open-minded Christian.  She asked me if I believe in God. I sat for a moment in silence.  In sitting with this question, I pondered her question.  I believe in the Anima Mundi, the soul of the world.  I do not believe in a creator god who is separate from nature.  I find the soul of nature is what I might call god or even goddess.  It is to this soul of nature that I say my thanks.   Thank you for the plants that grow that feed my body. Thank you for the trees that grow. Thank you for the earth of many different hues and colors. Thank you for the diversity of nature. Thank you for your resilience. Thank you for the air in my lungs. Thank you for the sun. Thank you for the flowers.   All these things are you...expressing yourself.  

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