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Essay — Listening to the Flowers

Hot, cold, rainy, sunny—what will it be today? Last week, Carpenter Country ushered in spring highs of eighty degrees. Pansies, delphiniums and azaleas bloomed beside a hibiscus. This week icicles festooned our fountain and temps dropped into the twenties. And

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The End of The Day

Things are growing dark at The End of The Day, and management is losing sleep over competitors who refuse to rest. “We’re settling in for a long, dark period,” says Good Night, spokesperson for The End of The Day. “We’re

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Essay — Blissful

Earlier this week, I ran into a friend I hadn’t seen in awhile. When I asked how everything was going, she told me she was blissfully happy. Her words made me wonder exactly what she meant. Was she feeling ecstatic,

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Staying Calm

Calm International is losing its stature as a global leader in the equanimity market, with sales of flagship merchandise simmering down. While Calm remains a key provider of composure, harmony, and serenity products worldwide, experts say the company has been

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Do You Know Better?

Of course you know Better. Everyone thinks they know Better. Yet I. Dunno, spokesperson for the international celebrity, says no one really knows Better. “If I didn’t know Better,” says Mr. Dunno, “I’d think these people were delusional.” Experts, many

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