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Purity is defined as the freedom from adulteration or contamination. There is political purity, religious purity, romantic purity, and the purity we see in children. And then there is something within each of us that is pure; hard to define other than acknowledging it as ‘transparent truth’ about ourselves. It’s a place where we cannot pretend, […]

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