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in these wondrous timesIn one school hour the teacher spoke of 7 Wonders of the World. Up to the next spot the pupils should score what they held for 7 biggest miracles. Most called things like the pyramids, the Peter's church in Rome or the Great Wall of China.

Only one girl had one
the a little bit other list which read so:

I think who are 7 Wonders of the World:

1. To be able to touch
2. To be able to taste
3. To be able to see
4. To be able to hear
5. To be able to run
6. To be able to laugh
7. To be able to love

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At 11:10am on December 6, 2009, Karin Lacy said…
Hallo Ruth;
Ich wuerde gerne in privater email kommunizieren.

Was ist Deine email?
Light & Love, Karin
At 11:46pm on November 3, 2009, Silja Saareoks-Kaldre said…
Thank you so much for joining the group! Love and blessings, -Silja
At 9:43am on October 14, 2009, Richard Lukens said…
Hi there Ruth.... welcome to the Architects site... I hope you like it... contribute some content if you have a chance...

All the best,

At 6:00am on October 14, 2009, The Ancient One said…
"I freely give all sights and sounds of nature I have known to those who have the grace to enjoy not man-made materialism but God-made beauty.

The magnificent Arizona sunsets I have watched from my enclosure, I bequeath to all who see not only with their eyes, but with their hearts. To humans who are tired, worried or discouraged, I bequeath the silence, majestry and peace of our great American desert. To those who walk the trails, I bequeath the early morning voices of the birds and the glory of the flowering desert in the springtime. To the children who have enjoyed seeing me, hearing me purr, and watching me turn my somersaults, I offer the precious gift of laughter and joy. The world so needs these things. And lastly, I bequeath my own happy spirit, and affection for others, to all who may remember me and my museum where for three years, I did my best to show people that I truly liked them."

-- Epitaph for George L. Mountain Lion (Feb 1952 - Mar 1955) Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, AZ




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