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Now that we’ve been here this long and are looking critically at why we’re here and what we’re doing, there are days we feel great and really humbled by the incredible people by which we’re surrounded. Some days though, I feel content to be here to give hugs, to love and be loved because after all, isn’t that “what every other eye in this world is waiting to hear?”
Let the rain fall down and wake my dreams. Something Something wash away. Whatever. The rainy season has begun in the beautiful land of Monté Sinai and it is not pretty. When it rains on a paved road, all is good because it all ends up in the bottom of the sewer. In Mount Sinai, the rain ends up on unpaved roads which are full of dirt, which leads to mud.