Elimination of Silence

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For the most part, nature is quiet.

Unless you hear an animal running away or running towards you, such as a rabid wolf, you don’t often hear things that catch your attention.

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I write audaciously about everything under the sun. Founder of Catholicism for the Modern World. https://linktr.ee/catholicismforthemodernworld

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I write audaciously about everything under the sun. Founder of Catholicism for the Modern World. https://linktr.ee/catholicismforthemodernworld

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