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Good morning everyone,

                                  Today I was just thinking about how thankful I am for Paul, the staff, and the entire community who have made this online community what it is. I have taken part in several online

communities in the past 20 years, and without going into all their shortfalls, I am very glad to have found a home here. I know it's a little late for Thanksgiving, but it still needs to be said.

I am thankful for the seemingly endless amount of knowledge everyone is willing and happy to share, and I am happy with the positive tone it is shared in.

I am thankful for the, generally, politically neutral discourse.

I am thankful for real world solutions to extremely frustrating problems.

I am thankful for everyone's helpful attitude, while refraining from lecturing and shaming those at lower levels in their permaculture development.  

Thank you to everyone for making this community a delightful part of my daily rituals!

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