There are many worlds inside me. I spend a lot of time there exploring.
The Power of Plants to Improve Well-Being: A Quick Look at Some Supporting Research
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“There isn’t much time,” he mumbles in a heavy Slavic accent, his gray fuzzed face sunken and hollow under the incandescent lights. Dark plum eyelids move back and forth with REM or with hallucinations from the infection’s grasp. His body trembles and rocks in the narrow hospital bed. “Death is here,” he begins before speaking another language that may or may not have been Russian. “Sova,” he rasps. And then again louder, almost shouting, he cries out “Sova!” with a great despair that frankly surprises her as he appears frighteningly frail.