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02/02/2003 Entry: ""Sauntering into Tomorrow""
I'm pleased to officially open birdonthemoon.com... all content from universal-love.org has been transferred, and everything is operating smoothly. But html aside, there's life going on.
Today I wandered through Smiley's mega-yard sale in a dream-like daze. I'm still in shock about Columbia, and I suppose I was rather surprised at the lack of emotion and empathy from "the people." No one has really seemed to notice, or find it all that big-a-deal. Maybe 9-11 really raised the bar on tragedy and sensationalism. "Who cares about a little rocket when we've lost the towers?" Yes, we die all the time in horrible ways, and little expression bothers to appear on the Face of America. Those astronauts, however, represented all of us, worldwide, in our mythic quest to evolve in and explore the universe which cradles our cathedrals, concert halls, and super malls alike. To understand the world beyond this one will enable our species to better understand this one, and that is how learning is meant to unfold, from within to without. Are they not then, heroes? Sure, we're talking the US Guvmint here... tyrannical, understatedly unethical, dangerous, but the space program was one of the shining stars on ol' glory... the pioneer spirit of what we're supposed to be all about.
I've received a deadline from my publisher and have secured the typing services of a friend, and we're going to try to beat the clock. The timing can't be worse, what with all the events unfolding that require either my presence or schtick. But, coming from the metaphorical wreckage of the past week, I'm ready for a little Phoenix action. Bring it on, world.
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