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  1. While going for my walk and natter with the trees in the park today, I began to notice the different characteristics of different trees and even those that was more masculine or feminine and even if the wanted my attention or not. It never really occurred to me before to ask the tree if it wanted my hug or me speaking with it. I feel a little guilty now that I may of imposed myself on some poor tree and caused it distress. What are other peoples experiences with this? (It okay to say no Helen you are just being loopy)
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