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There's no sign or mention of water in this wonderful scene from Good Will Hunting, but it rather sums up Blue Mind, which concludes:
The revelation of this immensity . . . was like falling in love.
— GIORDANO BRUNO, FREETHINKING SIXTEENTH-CENTURY FRIAR, ON THE UNIVERSE
All I really want to say is this:
Get in the water.
Walk along the water. Move across its surface. Get under it.
Sit in it. Leap into it. Listen to it. Touch the water. Close your eyes and drink a big glass.
Fall more deeply in love with water in all its shapes, colors, and forms. Let it heal you and make you a better, stronger version of yourself. You need water. And water needs you now.
I wish you water.
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