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Re: Religion and community gardening

I, too, was at first repelled by the mention of religion on this list.  On
recognizing that it was merely an old personal trigger, however, I took
time to read the entire post.  Thank you for, if nothing else, providing
persuasive arguments against fundamentalists of all faiths when it comes to
support for gardens.  But on a better note, thank you for reaffirming my
belief that a connection with nature is something important and basic to
our lives, no matter which path (even the "no-God" path) we happen to be on.

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