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by Maura Hanrahan
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On the night of the new moon on August 5, five of us gathered to honour water. We were responding, in part, to an international movement started in Japan to renew the world’s appreciation for water.

     We went to Cape Spear on the eastern edge of North America, where the cool waters of the Atlantic lap at the shore.


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