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  1. Ali
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    Elaine,
    Happy New Year to you! Thank you for this beautifully written piece on Sashi. He is quite the wordsmith and the seer, isn’t he? … few are able to capture his essence when they write about him. You nailed it! Well done!

    I hope this year holds lots of wonderful travel adventures for you. Charles and Ilook forward to seeing you soon.
    Best,
    Ali

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