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Thread: Library Card Catalog Swap - Round 5!! Due July 31st

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    Welcome Spirit Soul! Glad to have you!
    One can only dream of what never was
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    Ancient Planter - your cards have arrived! Really great. The owl and the pussycat is quite cute!
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    I received my set of cards yesterday! Interesting batch!

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    I received my cards and I have completed my ATCs. I will try to post a photo before mailing. Do I just mail to the address on the envelope the cards came in? The return address.
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    Sounds great RaineyDay! Yes, the return label is accurate. You can address it to Allen instead of Paul. I hate to waste all of the free labels they send me, but they are always with my first name instead of the name I go by.
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    Well, I don't know how I missed this earlier, but I see it NOW. May I join, please?

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    Certainly - welcome LuAnnP!
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    Mine are done and will be in the mail tomorrow. i had fun with these. I didn't worry as much to match my art to the topics.
    Also I found a card left over so I could make a host card.

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    Would love to play. Thanks.

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    Welcome Lilakey65! Let me know if you have any questions.
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    BluSky it is true that at one time the swastika was a symbol of good fortune meaning "well-being" in Sanskrit but once it was adopted as the symbol for the Nazi regime it has become a symbol that represents fear, suppression and extermination for many people. Again, I understand its use in this SWAP to illustrate the idea on the library card but again..just not for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laffqueen View Post
    BluSky it is true that at one time the swastika was a symbol of good fortune meaning "well-being" in Sanskrit but once it was adopted as the symbol for the Nazi regime it has become a symbol that represents fear, suppression and extermination for many people. Again, I understand its use in this SWAP to illustrate the idea on the library card but again..just not for me.
    I'd have to look this up, but I have a picture from a book of a Buddha and there's a swastika in the picture. I know it didn't start out as a symbol of hatred and evil.
    There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in. Leonard Cohen

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    I have also heard it was used by our Native Americans in the 1800s.
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    I put my cards in the mail today.
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    And a haiku for our host! Albeit a very amateurish one.
    Be anxious for nothing, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.
    Philippians 4:6

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    Excellent cards, plumhill!
    There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in. Leonard Cohen

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    Those are awesome Plumhill! Thanks for the haiku too!
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