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Posted 9/23/2008 11:17 AM (#10378)
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I was brousing the WWW and all of a sudden, I happen to come across my own daughters creations. I didn't even know about it. She is such a shining star....She is in college majoring in Art and Japanese. 

Here are some youtube video's that she created. I have to say WOW!

Vid 1 and Vid 2

I am sure we all have those who we consider our shining stars in our life... might as well share our beauty. Even if it's your own shining star.... post it here.

ENJOY!



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Posted 10/11/2008 12:29 PM (#11021 - in reply to #10378)
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Jill, those are incredible!! You must be so proud of your shining star...please tell her that she is so talented! I never noticed this thread...what a fantastic idea to create a space where we can celebrate and share with one another the shining stars in our lives...

Sowing the Seeds of Love..what a great tune!

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Posted 10/11/2008 11:05 PM (#11037 - in reply to #10378)
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Thank you sweety.... YES, I would LOVE to see other people's shining stars. As I hope many people do share.

Thank you so much for noticing and seeing one of my own shining stars. I will be adding good stuff from my other shiners too.

Shine On~

Which is also a good song. LOL

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Posted 10/12/2008 12:35 AM (#11039 - in reply to #10378)
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Hi DocJay:

     I was impressed! I liked the thematics of vid2, (of course) and I liked the choice of song as I felt the imagery blended.

    Maybe because I am a great fan of Queen......one guy, in utter brilliance, sang a song that is played at one time or another in every sports venue in the world. This is truly immortality!

We start with the stomp stomp clap, stomp stomp clap, stomp stomp clap........

Buddy you're a boy make a big noise
Playin' in the street gonna be a big man some day
You got mud on yo' face
You big disgrace
Kickin' your can all over the place
Singin'

We will we will rock you
We will we will rock you

Buddy you're a young man hard man
Shoutin' in the street gonna take on the World some day
You got blood on yo' face
You big disgrace
Wavin' your banner all over the place
Singin'

We will we will rock you
We will we will rock you

Buddy you're an old man poor man
Pleadin' with your eyes gonna make you some peace some day
You got mud on your face
You big disgrace
Somebody better put you back in your place

We will we will rock you
We will we will rock you

Unfortunately, Maryland students and fans feel it a god given right to then play Gary Glitters' Rock and Roll Part II, to which we add some lyrics that are not flattering to our image...as a matter of fact, somewhat demeaning, and quite insulting to the opposing team. PeeJay loves YouTube and will be able to quickly see what I mean. But then again, when we go to play teams like Duke (in basketball) we are greeted by the "Cameron Crazies"...U Maryland is a public state university open to everyone.....Duke is a private school for rich kids....you would think that the rich kids would know better and behave in a more dignified manner....BUT THEY DON'T!

Peace and Love,

Marty and Proletarian Cats, Luckyleetrotskey, PoppyheadLenin, and SissyGirlmarx

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Posted 10/13/2008 5:40 AM (#11125 - in reply to #10378)
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i love the shining stars of the universe,i admire the shining stars of the unsung heroes,irisx
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Posted 10/13/2008 5:49 PM (#11160 - in reply to #10378)
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Ok, I cannot help but share another one of my shining stars. 
I have 5.... but this one is number 3.
Click here for video of them cheering

Here is her pic....

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Posted 10/13/2008 6:06 PM (#11161 - in reply to #10378)
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absolutely beautiful! (says I, Tracy)
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Posted 10/13/2008 7:46 PM (#11162 - in reply to #10378)
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Thank you so much Tracy!
Her partner in cheerleading is behind her (Bald). He is the one that always lifts her.

She just turned 18 last month.

Go ZIPS~


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Posted 10/13/2008 10:42 PM (#11166 - in reply to #10378)
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Maybe you can name a star after her? That's always fun...

National Star Registry...I am sure they have a website...dinner gift certificate? mani pedi? Book? A hug and some flowers? LOL I know! It is so hard to get a gift from the heart for someone who seems to have everything they need....

My crystal is charged and outdoors and waiting..My family is stating their ahem...strong views on this alien visitation...my dogs are barking at absolutely nothing out the window, though...

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Posted 10/14/2008 6:15 PM (#11228 - in reply to #10378)
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I put a gift basket together.

I like your idea's though. Thank you!

I love your picture with your bundle of joy there too.

Thanks for sharing~

Blessings~
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Posted 10/14/2008 6:17 PM (#11229 - in reply to #11228)
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Congrats again as ever Jillifer & your family -

Creativity is a blessed gift
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Posted 10/14/2008 6:42 PM (#11231 - in reply to #11160)
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She is absolutely stunning!!!!!
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Posted 10/15/2008 9:26 AM (#11249 - in reply to #11231)
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i want to cuddle that cutey pie in your arms lori,i think all the childrens pics on here are gorgeous,just thin,we were all that small once,mind you i haven,t grown much myself,i think i,m stunted,my shoes are 3,my hands are smaller than my 10 yr old grandaughter,nd i have to look up at my 13 yr old grandson,titchy i,in fact,since a young girl,my nickname in the family was,and still is "little i", wonder what others have nicknames they are still called,i find it endearing,cosy,loving,iris x
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Posted 10/15/2008 1:01 PM (#11254 - in reply to #10378)
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Thank you all for smiling at my little Jordyn peanut She is uh...singing me a song right now! (wink)

Iris, you are a cute little sweet tinkerbell, aren't ya!? Your heart is larger than you are honey!

Makes me think of this about how strangely interesting, or how interestingly strange society is. We always attribute cute and sweet to things that are little, and things that are large, we think they are magnificent. So here's putting it out there..Iris..you are magnificent, and the sky is so cute and sweet!

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Posted 10/16/2008 3:39 AM (#11269 - in reply to #11254)
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hi lori,thanks,i like the name tinkerbell,you bring more into peoples lives than you realise,i am proud to have you as a friend,and thankful,your heart is pure gold,your soul sweet divine,and as the thread is about shining stars,i would say you are one of the brightest,love,irisx
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Posted 10/16/2008 4:39 AM (#11286 - in reply to #11254)
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are we not made of cosmic dust, and even that is mere Vibration ?

ps, here is something for ther many cat lovers hereabouts ...

http://video.msn.com/video.aspx?mkt=en-GB&vid=ebb819f1-f16c-485e-9c...

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Posted 10/16/2008 10:10 AM (#11299 - in reply to #10378)
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You are kind Divine Ms I!

Half here, Half not, as baby is just waking...sorry..will respond more later!

Lots of Love to all!
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Posted 10/17/2008 12:58 PM (#11353 - in reply to #10378)
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I have missed out on this!
Congratulations to all of your shinng stars!!
Im at work right now so i cant share pictures of my own shiny star.
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Posted 10/17/2008 6:16 PM (#11359 - in reply to #10378)
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I will wait for that James.

Here is my grand baby to be.... She/he looks like a peanut with nubbies.

LOL

So darn cute....

Blushing.....
 
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Posted 10/17/2008 10:14 PM (#11364 - in reply to #10378)
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Jillifer! Thank you for starting this and your stars are beautiful! Here's one of my one and only shining star being fierce
and then being beautiful! She's 16. I'm so proud of her...

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Posted 10/18/2008 12:03 AM (#11366 - in reply to #10378)
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WOW, simply beautiful and stunningly graceful.

A shining star for sure.

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Posted 10/18/2008 4:04 AM (#11367 - in reply to #11366)
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Absolutely magically Divine, everything here !
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Posted 10/18/2008 8:04 AM (#11372 - in reply to #10378)
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Thank you! I cannot wait to see everyone else's too!
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Posted 10/23/2008 7:19 PM (#11501 - in reply to #10378)
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How absolutely incredible...such beauty...! Everywhere Again, this thread is a great idea...thx Jiller!


Here is my littlest Shining Star

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyQOPRPdtIM


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Posted 10/24/2008 12:48 PM (#11529 - in reply to #10378)
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Not sure if my youtube post is opening properly - but in case it does, please accept my apologies for the unpleasant videos surrounding mine. They were not posted by me.

Crude stuff, it is...
thx
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Posted 10/24/2008 3:28 PM (#11539 - in reply to #10378)
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I cannot get your video to open. :-((  Say's I need to sign in first.

All the others that I posted from youtube, I found with out signing in. So perhaps that is the difference?  Not sure myself.  I personally do not have a you tube account. I know I should sign up, but I do not plan on posting vids, as I post mine in photo bucket instead.

I am anxious to see your video though..... :-)







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Posted 10/24/2008 8:44 PM (#11547 - in reply to #10378)
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Darnit, Jill...and all the videos are of the baby so they are all private, so I couldn't find them incidentally if I tried....trust me...she is such a little monkey and is the apple of my eye....my first

grand child...amazing...and I am thrilled that you are about to embark upon this! My daughter Jilly is already 18 weeks...what a bump she has...and unfortunately she lives in CT so I only

receive a weekly photo, but have purchased my plane tix to CT and on 2/26 I am there!

I will try to figure out a way to post.....

Your little "peanut" is precious...what a true miracle it is....blessings to you and yours...!!!!!

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Posted 10/25/2008 2:44 AM (#11558 - in reply to #10378)
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what beutiful eyes and a gorgeous smile your son has kiddo,and granpa has such a gentle face,does your son play any music,they are both special and gorgeous,you should be vey proud,it has brightened my day to see these pictures,thankyou for sharing,love irisx
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Posted 10/25/2008 10:27 AM (#11559 - in reply to #10378)
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What a precious little guy and a proud grandpa! Great pics, Kiddo! Thanks for sharing.

We need to see more pics!!! Come on gang!
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Posted 10/25/2008 11:49 AM (#11561 - in reply to #10378)
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Oh Cara, that is just how I pictured your little one...so full of love and life...and Grandpa too! They are quite beautiful and thank you for sharing!
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Posted 10/25/2008 11:52 AM (#11563 - in reply to #10378)
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Now, let's see if I can really do this, as I tend to be quite challenged....

hmm..."action not allowed"..blah blah. I wonder if file is too big?

Oh, grr!



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Posted 10/25/2008 12:01 PM (#11567 - in reply to #10378)
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My daughter Jill and her husband Rich on their beautiful wedding day!

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Posted 10/25/2008 12:08 PM (#11569 - in reply to #11567)
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All of my "babies" !

I am on the hunt for a decent photo of myself. That may take some time!



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Posted 10/25/2008 7:56 PM (#11593 - in reply to #10378)
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GORGEOUS kids, Instinctual! By looking at them I can tell they are all great characters! Thank you for sharing them with us.
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Posted 10/25/2008 11:02 PM (#11594 - in reply to #10378)
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Thank you Dianna! Yes, they are all brightly lit, for sure!

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Posted 10/28/2008 5:49 AM (#11651 - in reply to #10378)
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Awesome

.... Lori your Avatar pic with baby J is great ... Kiddo - I see your photo has gone, but I remember you looked great there too - though more Arabian mystery I recall, than surfer-chic ! How memory and appearances can deceive ...

I personally resonate (ha! another resonation for you Dianna Lightdancer Dear x) ... with the old belief that cameras steal the soul - that's my excuse anyway !!

Shine On (you crazy diamond[s]) xxxxxxxxx
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Posted 10/28/2008 2:10 PM (#11688 - in reply to #10378)
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Thank yous all around!

Paul..that is a poor excuse about your lack of photos..but I have to give you an 'A' for imagination!
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Posted 10/28/2008 4:13 PM (#11696 - in reply to #11688)
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My photo has been in my control panel section for ages - could you not see it ?

Ah well, one has to retain some air of mystery I guess ...

In the UK I would require a Data Protection consent before I showed photos of others
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Posted 10/28/2008 6:44 PM (#11699 - in reply to #10378)
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No, I can't see it! But it was nice to see your face again, Mister
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Posted 10/28/2008 9:33 PM (#11702 - in reply to #10378)
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Oh wow, some gorgeous kids here. Kiddo and Lori ....... WOW! 

I absolutely love seeing everyones shining stars....

I have been reading my email replies, but I have been helping my daughter move. It's crazy because I am trying to shove my entire floor of an office, into a tiny corner. So she and her fiancé and soon to be baby can have the whole floor. What a pain... but worth it.

Anyway, thank you all so much for sharing.
Makes me all that much more excited~

((((HUGS))))

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Posted 10/29/2008 5:19 AM (#11713 - in reply to #11594)
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lori,what gorgeous pics,so beutiful,you are truly blessed,so are they,you are their mum,lucky children,and what a cosy,warm room they are in,wish i was there,i would put pics up of my shining stars,but haven,t the capabiliy to do it,even with instructions,just not computer minded i guess,but i will ask son of mine to help when i next see him,i will also hopefully post one of me,so you have a face to my words,i,ll understand if you then wish to no longer talk with me,shock does funny thing haha!love irisx
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Posted 10/29/2008 5:29 AM (#11718 - in reply to #10378)
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It would be nice to see you Iris x
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Posted 10/29/2008 5:40 AM (#11723 - in reply to #11718)
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and so it shall be,but i take no responsibility for anyone nightmares,i would love to see more of all here,and to hear their voices,i know it would be a warm reunion,if you know what i mean,we would all be at home with each other,that is my thought,a computer is cold,a spirit,human,voice,is the ultimate of meetings,to touch feel,hug,i mean that in a nice way,irisx
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Posted 10/29/2008 6:05 AM (#11731 - in reply to #10378)
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I suspect these photographs are making this part of the Board stretch off my computer ...............................................................
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Posted 10/29/2008 7:07 AM (#11736 - in reply to #10378)
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Yeah, sometimes the pictures do come out very large.



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Posted 10/29/2008 7:10 AM (#11738 - in reply to #10378)
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Hello Jillifer & have a good eve of Hallowe'en ....

there were more ghost hunting programmes on TV ... usual rubbish (the programmes, I mean)... shame they disturb the spirits !

ps I liked your little joke on the Gems thread which I only noticed after a re-reading ('wake up' !)

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Posted 10/29/2008 11:37 AM (#11740 - in reply to #10378)
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Thank you Iris! I am the blessed one to have them in my life! I would love to see a pic of you, doll!!!

Jill..thx for reposting. When my son and hub are off their computers, perhaps I can view them! GRR!!

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Posted 10/29/2008 3:39 PM (#11745 - in reply to #10378)
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Hey Paul... As a hypnotist, I am used to having to wake people back up, after I do all the talking. HA HA HA I figured as much writing as I did, it would be a necessity. Thanks for noticing, it was meant to bring a chuckle. Glad it did....

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Posted 10/30/2008 5:10 AM (#11754 - in reply to #10378)
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It was indeed Cara a picture to conjure with ...

and Jillifer I am learning to look out for your little jokes .. !

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Posted 10/31/2008 4:59 PM (#11888 - in reply to #10378)
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Life is full of smiles, everywhere you look (if your looking).

Make sure to pay attention, especially in the mirror!

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Posted 11/1/2008 1:53 PM (#11933 - in reply to #10378)
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Totally Rad Pic, Cara...made me revisit my fantasies of taking a journey there, to tell the truth!

Jiller...you speak the truth, my friend...it really boils down to this...everything is a matter of perception, isn't it!?

Love you all
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Posted 11/1/2008 1:57 PM (#11936 - in reply to #11888)
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The cover and back of Jung's paperback version of his 'The Undiscovered Self', way back when, was all mirrored

Yes to You
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