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At Tsunami on the Square | Prescott AZ, 2013

IMG_1137Tsunami on the Square, rehearsal at Granite Creek park

IMG_1147Monique with The Eye of the Dragon: Stalking Castaneda

IMG_1148Tsunami on the Square performers, with The Eye of the Dragon: Stalking Castaneda

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An Interesting View | Miller Valley Indoor Art Market | Prescott, AZ

In Prescott, AZ  (531 Madison Avenue)

Donna Meraz with The Eye of the Dragon

An interesting store

And I received an interesting view on presentness by one of the vendors: He mentioned the 4th of July, and I told him that I called it: the farce of july. Then, to answer his puzzled look, I explained that our independence was gone, and a banking cartel called the Federal Reserve owned the country. And I told him about 9/11 (AE 9/11 Truth).

He said that he lived in the present moment, so he didn’t care.

But, living in the present does not mean that we shirk our responsibilities. It means we plan for the future although we don’t live in it, we don’t worry about it. We plan for the future while ready to die today, while being present today. I wonder what would have happened to India had Mahatma Gandhi said: “I live in the present, I don’t care for the future of India.” Just a thought.

Mahatma Gandhi


Prescott Az | Arts and Crafts Fair | Thumb Butte

My camp at Thumb Butte

Sunrise in the forest.

Shower room

This tree brought an owl to camp.

At the Arts and Crafts Fair

Courthouse Plaza

Setting up

Mark Nelson with his copy of The Eye of the Dragon: Stalking Castaneda. Mark bought the book at the fair, and came back a week later to get three more copies for his friends. He said he liked it a lot. Mark played one of the characters in the film Beyond Lemuria Home

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