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    Nov 29th, 11:41pm report

    It’s the feeling of drowning. It’s the feeling of the peacefulness before you fall into the ocean, never to be seen again.


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    Nov 9th, 2018 11:01am report

    It’s about the comfort in silence, possibly on a late night walk or a day alone out on the seaside, peaceful awakening on a weekend morning etc. beautiful.


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    Jun 25th, 2015 6:54pm report

    It's about the silent. Peace and love silent that calm down ur heart .


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    Jun 19th, 2015 6:08pm report

    2015 20 fathoms 15 fathoms meeting the lord in the sky this year - end of summer, shofar sounding ....


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    Oct 10th, 2013 10:56am report

    I think it is about being all alone at the bottom of sea. It is about all the tranquil and beauty about the bottom of the sea. And being away from all the distractions of every day life.

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