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      Free to think free to believe

      So many things in such a rich posting...

      Elephants do seem to have large characters - I once visited Belfast Zoo to see a display of the elephant with photos of her [I think it was a her] walking with a keeper. Apparently the twinkle in her eye was due to her habit of picking pockets! Sadly faded as no more walkabouts... Health and Safety!

      On the other hand it wasn't until I came across the depiction of an opium den in Sherlock Holmes that I really understood how bad it could be.

      Julie, writer Surefirewealth.com

      A lot of people do not have resources to travel to another city, much more another country! You are very lucky because it gives you the privilege of actually experiencing other cultures. Asia, especially, has one of the most diverse and interesting cultures in the world. Sometimes, it takes a different environment for people to discover more things about themselves. I've never been to Thailand but I have been to Japan before. Theirs is another culture worth immersing yourself in.

      Julie, writer Surefirewealth.com

      A lot of people do not have resources to travel to another city, much more another country! You are very lucky because it gives you the privilege of actually experiencing other cultures. Asia, especially, has one of the most diverse and interesting cultures in the world. Sometimes, it takes a different environment for people to discover more things about themselves. I've never been to Thailand but I have been to Japan before. Theirs is another culture worth immersing yourself in.

      Roger von Oech

      FTTFTB: The Opium Museum is a very sobering place.

      Julie: You're right! We're fortunate to have been able to come here.

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