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    Lessons for us all

    If you've ever read Practical Magic and The Rules of Magic, and wanted to know more about Maria Owens (mentioned in both as the woman who built the Owens home and established the rules by which the Owens lived their lives) here's your chance. My advice - take it. It begins in 1664 and I enjoyed this story of how Maria left England and eventually found herself in Salem, Massachusetts - not the best time/place for someone with her gift to find herself. She of course does survive - not without peril, both for herself and for her daughter. In learning to "go along to get along" in modern terms, she establishes the rules for survival that she passes along for future generations of her family to live by. But the rules are for more than survival, they're also rules that we could all stand to live by. Her journey is an interesting one, full of love and loss and joy and heartache. I highly recommend this one.
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