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Topic - Harvey
"We assigned no particular meaning to it in the first place. But as time wound on, it became very meaningful," Mr. Harvey says. "After we moved into the desert [in 1991], a number of traditions and rituals grew up. ... I've been saying from the beginning that it is a spiritual event. ... I have found that everyone has a sense of the sacred, even if at first they deny it."