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Eric T Vu Case 1 “The Turn of the Tide” Prescription 1 Listen carefully Nature is right behind my house with a small lake full of fish and ducks and lush green landscape. With the morning sun, I could hear birds singing. Actually, it was more like a dialogue between the birds: Blue jays, red cardinals, and small brown birds all talking to each others at different cadences, rhythm and pitches. They all seem to be very thrilled. It must be about the weather. How wet it has been and then the dry spell. They must talk about the abundance of foods here. May be they were even singing in a harmonious choir. And then the ducks walked by in a big flock making raucous quacking with the little ones trying hard to catch up behind chirping desperately. Squirrels were running fast up and down the trees making the branches fluttered furiously. And I can hear the sound of water from the happy fountain, like a nice wave in the sea, like a cool waterfall, calming and
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