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There are no separate (isolated) pieces to the universal puzzle… once you see the golden whole.

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There are no separate (isolated) pieces to the universal puzzle… once you see the golden whole.

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[This is a Hover Fly on a wild Sunflower Plant.  This Hover Fly is likely searching for flower nectar (and is distributing pollen as part of a symbiotic relationship).]

Psychologically, the perceiver and the perceived are one.  Photo by Thomas Peace 2014

Psychologically, the perceiver and the perceived are one. Photo by Thomas Peace 2014

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Normality is a common type of insanity.

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Normality is a common type of insanity.

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[Leaf beetles, Diabrotica barberi, and Ladybug beetles on a wild sunflower plant.  Some species of Leaf Beetles are very destructive to corn crops.  Ladybugs, on the other hand, eat many insect pests, though these are additionally getting the abundant nectar from this wild flower. (One can’t blame them for liking sweets!]

Can you count how many there are? Photo by Thomas Peace 2014

Can you count how many there are? Photo by Thomas Peace 2014