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Marian Giannatti

Grace, mystery, understanding. I agree - exploring what is sacred to others provides insight and introspection. What is sacred to me? So many things that you listed above: babies, sunsets, the beauty of nature in sight, sound, scent. Ahhhhhhh . . . and then there are the stories! Building connections as we see we are more alike than different . . . and our differences provide further inspiration. Well said, Nancy!

Elizabeth Wunsch

Nancy, your writing, stories and strong soul are all a great testament to the sacred! Thank you for sharing all of you with us.


Nancy, this class has opened my eyes to the sacred all around us too. Thank you for your stories.

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