Greetings From North Carolina

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IncomprehensiblyMute
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Greetings From North Carolina

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Hello everyone, I am Mute.
I was raised as a Christian but was ultimately drawn to Buddhism.

I enjoy tea, gardening, yoga, and chess.
I am normally a normally a man of few words.
But I am happy to give advice or encouragement when I can :twothumbsup:
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IncomprehensiblyMute wrote: Thu Jul 22, 2021 3:38 am Hello everyone, I am Mute.
I was raised as a Christian but was ultimately drawn to Buddhism.

I enjoy tea, gardening, yoga, and chess.
I am normally a normally a man of few words.
But I am happy to give advice or encouragement when I can :twothumbsup:
Is there hot sauce where you're from? Or just mustard?
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Welcome
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zerwe
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Welcome, I am close to being a NC native (been here for the largest part since 1981).
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Hi, my father was born in Murphy, but I've only been to the outer banks for a weekend, anyhow welcome aboard!
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