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In pictures: Olympic flame is lit

The Olympic flame is lit during a traditional ceremony at Ancient Olympia in Greece, signalling the start of the London 2012 Games torch relay.
Bodi Satva
Bodi Satva • 1 year ago

Greek Goddess Hestia: "The archetype of inner centeredness, she is the 'still point' within that gives meaning to activity, she is grounded." ~ JS Bolen

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