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Letter From the Editor

October 2002

On Thursday, March 21, 2002, four members of the extended Body Positive family kept a diary of their day, stopping at four timepoints to tell us what they were doing, thinking and feeling. They were asked not to make any special arrangements that day, simply to go about their usual business and share with our readers "one day in the life of ..." Each was also asked to snap a few photos whenever they made a diary entry.

The day March 21 was chosen more or less at random, it was just a weekday that fit into the timeframe we were seeking. It also happened, however, to be the spring equinox, when day and night are of equal length, which served perhaps as a metaphor for the balance that so many of us seek in our lives.

So without further delay, let me thank and introduce you to our correspondents: BP Peer Educator Patricia Shelton, BP magazine contributor Dennis Rhodes, BP volunteer Antoinette-Marie Williams, and BP Board Member Eric Rodriguez. To read their stories, click here.





  
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