Cypress Gardens, one last glimpse
Posted by darbs on September 2, 2009
Our visit in Cypress Gardens must come to an end.
To EXAMEN practitioneer, it was a blessing – a place to be at that moment.
Personal reflection. Pls. don’t read. Ah! Here we go again. The EXAMEN: The Ignatian Reflective Moment, my moment of choice which is by the way, the ANTI Bispoy Mulongins Ispirilitsugas luhod luhod dala katulog cohort de Padre Damasoy Wakalamoy style.
That should prepare me mentally and emotionally on the road to our next destination which is Atlanta, Georgia – where I could finally visit the birth place of the Civil Rights Leader DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.
” It is no longer a choice my friends, between violence and nonviolence. It is either nonviolence or nonexistence.” -mlk
But as we all know, humanity choose nonexistence… 911, Iraq War… Afganistan War… Nuclear Weapons…Armaments of distruction… killings… sak-sak dunggab… massacre… extra-judicial killings… assassinations… and continued training of our young men and women militarily, “to kill or and be killed…”
FYI: The distance from Cypress Gardens to Atlanta, Georgia is about 474 miles (763km). See the Google Map below Cypress Garden to Atlanta, Georgia.
To be on the road in few hours, I need to doze off. While I was in a deep sleep (36 six minutes to be exact) here is my proof that somebody was mocking me.
The rest was history…
Feel thy power!
Where is everybody? The place experienced recession? or they all went to Walt Disney.
I didn’t mind because I considered the experience the best quality time – The MOTHER, the Son and me.
Nia ang binuhat nga giyatak yatakan, gipanghimaraut, giintriganah, ug gibasura. Pastilanan mo rinan!
Matud pa sa awit, “Tell my father!, Tell my mother!” message to my people… “I am not angry. I am just saying…”
God Bless America! My Home, Sweet Home…