"When great trees fall rocks on distant hills shudder, lions hunker down in tall grasses and even elephants lumber after safety When great trees fall in forests, small things recoil into silence their senses eroded beyond fear" - Maya Angelou, 'When Great Trees Fall'
Blow. Damned by powerful holy ones to get to this blow. It can't be otherwise. The movie of a life rolls back to the day I could choose, and chose to stay among holy strangers. More than 15 years later I see again the good movie that I missed: I can choose, I leave. A friendly happy home with the inspiration to meet a friend calling for me somewhere on this planet is coming up next. Another one has died. Blown away, roots in the air. Still-alives, miracles are a wiser focus than holy unholy damns and lies. Praise or damnation, who cares? Life is our precious miracle.
"Since we are social animals, who depend on one another, to show love and compassion is wise." - Dalai Lama