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Sea Cape Cod by Michael Mosier

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April 22, 2020

Gaia’s Gold

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 11:41 am

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the partly sunny, cold, windy, wicked island of Nantucket! Great to be with you and yours on this ‘Earth Day’, The Twenty-Second Day of April, 2020, a frigid Wednesday dawning on the beach running that’s for sure, witnessing a gorgeous Greater Black Back having a nice crab breakfast on those golden sands of Kalmus Beach as a golden sun rose majestically over the Outer Harbor of Hyannis, winds howling in from the West at forty knots, allowing for even more social distancing.

Not a soul to SEA,

which is fine with me.

…No one there I wanted to talk to anyway.

One, among many other, silver linings in this whole viral debacle is that, on this fiftieth anniversary of said “Earth Day”, beginning in 1970 if those numbers are right, with said ’social distancing’, ’staying at home’, isolating and wondering, ‘what the hell happened to the world?’, man is using less dirty energy, i.e. oil, thus, there has been a 5 percent reduction in green house gasses, such as carbon.

A phenomenon that has not occurred since the advent of the Industrial Revolution at the turn of the 19th century. Almost all of the ‘things of man’ shut down, allowing my birds, whales, dolphins, coyotes, chipmunks, sharks, trees, flowers and sea grasses alike to breathe a giant, cleansing, sublime sigh of relief, perhaps allowing Mother Gaia to heal just a little before that jack a$$ Donald Trump and his corporate controllers put ‘the country back to work’ again, allowing more pollution to fill our air, soil and beautiful bodies of water.

God Help US!

Like our own soul, we have but one planet, plane of existence if you please. As a collective, we must cherish and protect it beyond all else.  This matters, of course, not to the college of corporations, not to sick psychopathic predators like Rockefeller and Rothschild, whose blatant blind eye to what their empires have done to this Divine Dynasty we all share freely has been recorded in the Book of Life, and at some ‘juncure’ in the future, will be reckoned with.

Condemned for all eternity.

So many species have gone extinct during this past century, and for that my heart breaks in half.

I only wish the powers that be, presently, will meet the same fate.

Hug a Cedar tree today folks!

Sing hello to a Cardinal!

Wave to a Right whale,

…if you get the chance!


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