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Surprise
by Fallen Sword

Saturday, July 24, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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After we have so diligently identified, labeled, and categorized everything, what is there left to bring us wonder and joy ...

I do want mystery in my life,
I want to stand on a path
opening onto a meadow
where I can just barely perceive
a new and wonderful thing,
something bright and shiney,
completely strange,
I would hang back,
cherishing this childlike wonderment
blossoming in me.

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Reviewed by Elisabeth Barstowe 7/25/2010
Don't we all? And the wonderful thing with science is that there is no exact truth, only qualified guesses. The world as we know it today changes with every new discovery that's made and ultimately it brings us towards a paradigm shift, when it arrives we will look upon the world with different eyes. This is a continous cycle. Much like the wheel of time, the wheel of science keep on turning.
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