Back To The Garden Flower Power Comes Full Circle

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Hedy

Loved it, but wanted more; would like to see more of their day-to-day lives. The diverse outlooks & choices makes it interesting. There is much to generate more thought, and I like the point made that it is love that motivates the way of life.
Seems like the lifestyle/outlook is ...Read more

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Eileen

I love the simplicity of this little documentary. There are so many truths brought out that are relevant today as these incredible people have chosen to live a natural and simple life. We can all learn how to live in real internal peace with much less than our society pushes on us by ...Read more

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