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Dear Classical Wisdom Reader,
I hope you are having a fantastic weekend, wherever you may be!
It is the beginning of spring down here in South America, and apparently that’s something they take seriously in these parts. So I’m going to go out and enjoy the festivities (apparently ice cream is a must) and leave you with this week’s articles, in case you missed them.
Also, Classical Wisdom Members can find your round up below as well.
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This Week’s Articles:
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That’s all from us today. I’ll tune in tomorrow for our regular Monday mailbag. In the meantime, Happy Equinox!
All the best,
Founder and Director
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