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  1. Jocelyn Wright says:

    Enjoyed reading this Pete and could relate to the differences in growing up as you describe. I came upon this article recently and was drawn to the statement, 'our culture today is awe-deprived'. It resonated with what you were saying as 'awe' equated to the beauty and wonder of our world.. The article is titled 'Why do we experience awe?' and offers a very interesting twist…….

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/24/opinion/sunday/why-do-we-experience-awe.html?fb_ref=Default&_r=0

     

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