the civilized man has built a car, but has lost the use of his feet. he is supported on crutches, but lacks so much support as muscle. he goes to school almost his whole youth but can never find a resourceful way to make a dollar independently. he is not self-reliant but depends on institutions. he has a fine touch-screen phone, but he fails of the skill to tell the hour by the sun.

a macintosh laptop he owns, and so being sure of the information when he wants it, as he spends his time on the internet, he does not know the meaning of the technology he holds; he cannot tell a star in the sky. we live in arguably the most ignorant age yet we plume ourselves about it being the most progressive age of man.

there are no fine geniuses in our earth today. the solstice we do not observe, but hear a retelling from the television, the equinox we know as little, and the whole bright calendar is without a dial in our minds. we think our technology can exist without the supremacy of nature. we fail in separating society with nature, all that we consume is a derivation from nature everything has a source. let us not herald institutions and corporations but the glory of man. he is the maker of his own fate.

we both stubborn here, my dear not wanting to let each other come in. water softens these hearts, now these stars move us closer, today we are one spirit. i never gave up on trying to reach you, always knew that you will understand and keep in mind the man that iAM. now today i’m justified of all the times i never stayed at that home. i found that iAM a traveler who loves to be challenged by life with a burning desire to grow.