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January 23, 2017

Transfer of ‘POWER’.

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 10:37 am

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the cool, windy, soon to be driving rain soaked island of Nantucket! Great to be with you on this Monday morning, The Twenty-Third Day of January, 2017.  Broadcasting LIVE from ‘down on the docks’ of ye ‘ole Hyannis Harbor; the lonely sand bar soon to be experiencing a wicked Nor’easter coming up the coast where it has already done significant damage to much of the South, Georgia and other communities in it’s path. So batten down the hatches matey, for we are in for a blow….

The inauguration of now U.S. President Donald Trump went off without a hitch Friday morning, save all the nonsensical protests that don’t amount to a hill of beans in a very controlled big brother society George Orwell spoke of so many moons ago. The first meeting took place only a few moments ago in Washington D.C. where Trump’s cabinet took their seats at the table that will now set “the agenda”, presumably, for this great nation for at least the next four years.

So many ins and outs, feints within feints, it’s hard to keep up with the real Agenda (21) going down  At least it’s difficult to pin down what the end game truly is.  And judging by the vagueness presented by the ‘powers that be’ presently on this beautiful world we all share together, anyone’s prediction is fair game. Former U.S. President George H. W. Bush once said of his new position that he wanted this country to be a “kinder, gentler nation”, and although that might not have come to pass back in the early 90’s, perhaps it will in this early part of the 21st Century. Only ‘time’ will tell.

However, as our friend Liam Neeson (part time actor in the cesspool Hollywood has devolved into, and full time late night comic, not to mention Ireland’s favorite son), said so well,

“…there’s no time!”

The present moment is all one truly has.  The past gone, a cancelled check if you please; the future a promissory note….

So get out there and smell those roses, keeping in mind what is truly important and what is clearly NOT.

Unplugging from one’s “smart phone” is a good start….

Have a great day and week ahead folks!


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