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gardening and religion

I just joined this listserver, and what an interesting debate about religion 
and gardening I tumbled into. My contribution: it's worth noting that the 
word "paradise" actually originates not from something ethereal or unknown 
but from an ancient Persian word that describes an enclosed, private garden, 
a spiritual and physical respite from the outside world.
Semantics are interesting, aren't they? I for one wouldn't want to be taken 
for being anti-semantic!
Kristin Faurest
Budapest, Hungary

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