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Written in Rishikesh during the group's trip to India in early , it was inspired by actress Mia Farrow 's sister, Prudence Farrow , who became obsessive about meditating while practising with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. Lennon wrote "Dear Prudence" using a finger-picking guitar technique that he learned from singer-songwriter Donovan. Its lyrics are simple and innocent and celebrate the beauty of nature.
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Dear Prudence is an advice column appearing several times weekly in the online magazine Slate and syndicated to over newspapers. The column was initiated on 20 December Slate' s archive currently indicates that the author of those first columns was Herbert Stein. Stein ceased writing the column after three months and the column went on hiatus. In mid-March , the column returned, with the explanation that "Prudence" had not come back from her "needlework"—per the explanation offered in Stein's last column—but rather had convinced her daughter and namesake to continue her work. While similarly anonymous at first, the new author of the column was eventually revealed to be Margo Howard ,  the daughter of Esther Lederer, aka Ann Landers. Howard maintained the column for nearly eight years. Her last Dear Prudence column appeared in Slate on 2 February
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