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October 24, 2010

Chatham’s Strong Light

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 8:43 am

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the great island of Nantucket!  Great to be with you all on this beautiful, bright morning here in Osterville, the little sea village of Cape Cod proper.  I hope you and yours are well this fair day, for despite what the Sunday morning talk shows present in one hour from right NOW, take solace in this FACT, we are all great despite the pundits doom and gloom…  Speaking of the Sunday talk shows, my personal recommendation is NBC and ABC, for those two moderators, so to speak, Christiane Amanpour and David Gregory, are treasures in this world of media insanity. I will let you guess who works for what media outlet, as we will witness the last of the final stretch in the mid-term fall elections of November 2, 2010…who will win, who will “lose” and who will put out the most profound statement that sort of wraps this whole thing up.  We have good evidence that the “enthusiasm gap”, offered up by the pollsters out there, has been reduced significantly, thanks to many people, such as our former President, Bill Clinton, who has come up big, explaining where he was in 1994 when the likes of “she turned me into a “Newt” Gingrich turned the lights off in every government office from sea to shining sea, all for the bravado of his “oversized” ego.  The glee that shines from the faces of people who have slipped from the “big picture” recently, such as Mitch, “the mouse”, McConnell (R-KY) or John, “billy bob’s got a tan”, Boehner (R-OH), is notable, for they are most likely cringing from the “not ready for prime time players” like Christine, “I turned him into a newt”, O’Donnell or Joe, “I support Xe (formerly Blackwater), strong enough for a man but made for a woman”, Miller ‘time’ as they open their mouths and reveal the moronic, low class, bravado normally only reserved for the clowns in the Barnum and Bailey Circus.  We will listen to baseball experts like George Will, who used to hold a mark of respect in my heart for his intelligent writing, go on and on about nonsensical horsesh$t, such as the credibility of extending the Bush tax cuts of 2001, 2003 to the tune of 4.1 billion dollars added to the national deficit in the next ten years, all paid for by you, the downtrodden “American People”, who have had sand thrown in their face for the past ten years, borrowed from China and India, the very places where the secret money comes from to create all of those mind numbing ads you have endured for the past few months in order to steal our Democracy, as well as the destination of all of the jobs that have been stolen from you–that have permanently left our shores…yes, we will listen to these “pundits” speak to the values of a corporate PLUTOCRACY, and all of the wonderful benefits it will render, such as a caste system and plenty of government cheese (credit Chris Farley, SNL).  What some of these good, misguided republicans fail to understand is that there is no honor in thieves.  Pretty soon, they will be eating there own and only the most ruthless of corporate monsters will survive, as we melt as a planet, peak oil comes upon us, droughts and famine are common place and the whole of the world cries out for a Savior to save us from ourselves.  Have you ever looked out at the Rocky Mountains all by yourself, with no agenda, simply taking it all in and thanking GOD, however you wish to define him or her, for everything that is still beautiful on this little blue rock we all share and cherish?  Have you looked out into the Atlantic or Pacific, on a mighty vessel and lost yourself, not knowing where you start and the ocean ends?  Have you ever looked into a child’s eyes and made a promise that this world will improve, no matter what you have to do?  Regardless of your bank account amount or the number on your credit score–you count, big time.  Jesus once said, “look at the lilies in field, they do not toil or spin,” we are, according to the symbol of the Christian Faith, Jesus Christ himself, infinitely more important to our creator than those flowers that he loves so.  Every one of us, has the choice to accept this, that each of needs to KNOW that we, individually and indeed collectively, MATTER, and we must learn to THINK for ourselves, breaking away from the conformity of someone Else’s agenda, screamed out from the bullhorns of the modern day multimedia mantra, devoid of quiet reflection and grace.  We all have an individual choice to step away from the madness beyond the mountains and regain our natural state of being–JOY, LOVE and KNOWLEDGE.  Have a blessed Sunday everyone, and if no one told you they Love you today, I just did.   PRESERVE THE WILDERNESS! Peace~M

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