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The Air and the Wind

Sometimes I recognize myself in others. I recognize myself in those who will endure, friends who will shelter me, beautiful holy fools of justice and flying creatures of beauty and other bums and vagrants who walk the earth and will continue walking, just as the stars will continue in the night and the waves in the sea.

Then, when I recognize myself in them, I am in the air, coming to know myself as part of the wind.

Eduardo Galeano
The Book of Embraces



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