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What a beautiful site you have - I'll be adding your feed to my reader.

Thank you for visiting my site. I frequently say a mala to Ganesh but have been slacking off the past few nights, so I'll just take your visit as a sign that I need to quit slacking.

Its wonderful to meet another blogger whose life and heart have been touched by Ganesh.


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  • Jaya Savannah in Samburu, Kenya
Jaya Savannah

I'm passionate about wild elephant conservation. It's something that has overtaken my heart and soul. After a trip to Kenya, where I went to see wild elephants and meet some of my conservationist heroes, I returned to Northern California, asking, "What can I do to help?" So I began writing.

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