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11 April 2005

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Gareth

Thank you for this, I'm not sure I can comment any mroe than that yet - I need to it with it for a while...

Caroline

Always alone; always in contact. The paradox of human existence. Even before birth - the loneliness of the womb or the complete surrounding of motherness. And after death, do we set out alone or are we greeted by unseen hands? Yet aloneness is essential to contact. We cannot meet unless we are separate. We can only encounter others if there is a gap between us and them

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