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lhines
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lhines   8/9/2012 6:59:34 PM
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The Weymouth art is at a different level of detail, but just as interesting.

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BrianBailey   8/8/2012 2:52:15 PM
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Not sure that is a valid link, and adding the y in there doesn't help either.

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Bob_G   8/8/2012 10:03:35 AM
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In Weymouth (UK) they have a different type of sand art... http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2025146

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agk   8/6/2012 11:47:12 AM
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This reminds me of Vinayagar Chathurthi once in a year in India on a massive scale. We make millions of Ganapathi's in clay decorate with colors and flowers pray him performing poojas then on third day sink them in ocean ,rivers and ponds.

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BrianBailey   8/5/2012 1:48:31 PM
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I agree - live for today, dream for tomorrow and remember yesterday. If you keep worrying about the past or having unrealistic expectations of tomorrow you never get to enjoy today.

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EREBUS0   8/4/2012 9:50:38 PM
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Beautiful. I think I understand the monks perspective. We all see beauty everyday that occurs in a short period of time. We need to stop and take in those moments because by tomorrow, they could be gone forever. Take the time to enjoy life as it occurs. Time waits for no one. Just a thought.

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