LOs and Metanoia - Two Conceptions of LO's LO27292

From: John Zavacki (systhinc@msn.com)
Date: 09/26/01

Replying to LO27230 --

At says:
> However, should the gardener plant indigenous trees and flowering plants,
> the garden will soon become a paradize for these indigenous animals too.
> Pests will seldom appear in such a paradize.

And somewhere in there midst, one strange bloom.
To bring out the pests to bother the indigenous to dance the dance of

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