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Quote for February 11, 2004

“To see the greatness of a mountain, one must keep his distance; to understand its form, one must move around it; to experience its moods, one must see it at sunrise and sunset, at noon and at midnight, in sun and in rain, in snow and in storm, in summer and in winter and in all the other seasons. He who sees the mountain like this comes near to the life of the mountain, a life that is as intense and varied as that of a human being. Mountains grow, decay, breathe, and pulsate with life. They collect and attract energies from their surroundings; the forces of air, of the water, of electricity and magnetism. They create winds, clouds, thunderstorms, rains, waterfalls, and rivers. They fill their surroundings with active life, and give shelter and food to innumerable beings; such is the greatness of mighty mountains.” – Unknown

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