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Cotton and Wool Blending

Like much of our knowledge and language, the word ‘cotton’ comes from Arabic ‘quton’. As with wool and silk, so cotton is a natural fabric and is comfortable to the most sensitive skin. It is soft yet strong; is absorbent; … Continue reading

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Destruction of the Garden

Humans thrive when nature provides them with fertile land where they feel safe and can develop skills. This was such a place, between less abundant and often hostile lands, it was a place humans would target and fight to keep … Continue reading

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Disposable Males

This August we had two full moons in the same month, so another incidence of Blue Moon. I had thought the next one (see last August blog) was not due until 2015. My facts were not well enough researched it … Continue reading

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