You can see my face in profile in the opening scene of the '80's movie: St. Elmo's Fire. I'm drinking a beer. Check it out...it's funny.
Tread as lightly as possible, purchase items that you truly only use, walk to your local stores or ride a bike when doing light shopping. Remember to hug and kiss your loved ones every day and tell them you love them.
What Gives Me Hope
Cynthia McKinney, Dennis Kucinich, Ralph Nader, Ghandi, the teachings of Buddha, the Dalai Lama
If I were Mayor, I'd make the world a better place by
If I were president, I'd probably be assassinated by the "powers that choose the position of president" fairly quickly because I'd start closing all 700 military bases we have around the world in countries where we do not belong. I'd also make the International Banksters PAY for their CRIMES by seizing their personal properties and off shore accounts, Then I'd take their monies and properties and redistribute the funds BACK into the NEW Federal System that I built to "pay back the People". I'd eliminate the illegal payroll tax for individuals who earn less than $100,000.00 per year and I'd make sure that all children have a full education from Head Start and Montessori all the way through college. I'd make sure that all citizens, visitors, guests, vacationers, illegals and whomever, have full medical coverage if they are in this country. I'd make sure that if we as human beings are going to play with nature, that we adequately protect ourselves and our investments in environmentally stable infrastructure such as building a common sense waterway control system such as building a better and safer Mississippi River dikes and walls infrastructure that protects ALL of our citizens, not just the wealthy. All inner city schools would be redesigned and rebuilt to "educate" and even house our forgotten inner city youth and their families. Education is the key to a strong society and a powerful national community of educated, happy people who share in the betterment of all. I would make sure that the elderly are placed first and foremost in respect and care and to listen to our elderly, to take advice from them, to learn from them. It is our duty to care for our senior population like they cared for and raised us. Because we too will age and appear to become invalid in the eyes of the youth if we do not pay up.
What/who changed my life and why
My best friend Nick who gave me the book: Creative Visualization by Shakti Gawain. My good friend Rafiki..you know who you are, who taught me the use of the light of the chakras, light energy for healing, and meditation as well as an early introduction to visualization and affirmation in 1980 while living in Southern Mexico for a year when I was eighteen years old and still spiritually wet behind the ears...so to speak. To my wife for her compassion and patience and intense and unwavering love... love you so, so much! You are my best friend.