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Taming the Monkey Mind: Embracing the Monkey

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  1. What a wonderful, insightful outing. I love the photos.

  2. boyalasco says:

    The photos are really nice and i think its good to be like the like the tamarins, running and jumping around their enclosure, chattering their opinions to all who pass by and this shows how social they can be.

  3. Rick says:

    phlegmatic-having or showing a slow and solid temperment; I recently ran across this word for the first time. Could it be the “gorilla state of mind”? Most would consider it dull but I prefer to think of it as steady the course.

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