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Joy. Sounds simple enough. A quaint old fashioned word. You barely use it anymore. Yet it is how you want to feel - joyous, joyful, overjoyed.

Joy is meditative and calm, ready to smile and warm. It is like companionship even when you’re alone.

Where do you find joy?




I write about the earthling journey.

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