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“I have come to My garden, My sister, My bride.” —Song of Songs A private garden is a special space to enjoy, to be yourself, to share with an intimate companion. In a private garden, every bush, every flower, and every rock is placed with delicate purpose. Nothing is superfluous, everything is designed for the enjoyment and delight of the garden’s owner. A private garden demands vigilance, labor, and maintenance—more than home or a field of produce. Yet this coarse world of three dimensions, grasped with our visceral...
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