Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the golden sun laden, breezy, dare I say awesome island of Nantucket! Great to be with you on this glorious Wednesday morning out on the Hyannis/Hyannis Port Waterfront(s), the 17th day of June, 2015. One for the books as it is, for if one likes perfection in the weather department, taking a break from all of that liberal “nonsense” about the hoax of global warming (while billionaires prepare their bunkers for the ‘end times’…), today is your day to be on this exquisite sand bar created 11,500 years ago by the Last Great Ice Age, referred to as “Yanno” by the peoples who inhabited these shores for millennia, only to be introduced to “the things of man” (credit Tom Hanks in the classic film, circa 1990 “Joe versus the Volcano”, also starring the impeccable Meg Ryan), hence the loss of innocence; that sacred connection indigenous peoples spiritually felt towards the land itself. Land they knew they did not own, lo, quite the opposite, they felt as if they belonged to said land, the only home they had. For in that home was everything they needed. Such as what German philosopher Maslow once coined ‘Hierarchies of Need’. Right off the bat one needs the basic elements of clean air to breathe, clean water to drink and clean soil to grow food to sustain life itself. Two, humans need shelter, to wit the native American Indians found in the the land itself, bringing them the chance to fulfill the third human need, the need for love and belonging, a sense of community with one another, bringing those third and fourth needs to fruition in the fifth need…more divine in nature, the need to self actualize, transforming one’s consciousness, becoming more aware, enlightened if you will. Not in an attempt to “become” somebody, rather becoming more who you already are. That is true harmony that ultimately leads to peace among men.
Not what the military industrial complex and the new world order had in mind I can assure you.
Have a nice day!
PRESERVE THE WILDERNESS! Peace~M