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Four Seasons of Life

Life mimics Nature in four parts from Spring to Winter's call, with Summer trailing in between and followed
up by Fall. First Spring flows in with fresh renewal and sprouts of new rebirth, all greeted with loud
shouts of Joy, all corners of the Earth. As Spring proceeds all life grows strong and Nature sends its
fruits and flowers, while new born babies grow big and tall like Ivory Grecian towers. Then Summer enters
with its great heat and man takes to vacations, while farmers work in their lush fields to harvest God's
creations. Then Fall blows in and all the green turns into Autumn color, a look Sistine that here on
Earth looks like no other color. Finally, Winter winds blast in with a great force and man and nature hunker
down, awaiting Spring with patient hope, the cycle next around.

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Four Seasons of Life