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Rest on the Water: A Flirtation with Flotation to Find Silence

I’m currently working on an essay about the power of silence. And, in the process of planning this thing, I realized I don’t do so well with it — especially at night. So, to work my way through this topic, I began looking for ways to experience true silence. (That’s not easy to do in […] The post Rest on the Water: A Flirtation with Flotation to Find Silence appeared first on Multiple Sclerosis News Today.
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