|Posted by Philip F De Pinto on 06/06/18 at 05:48 PM|
Beautifully expressed, Dawn. Yes, there is only the individual, the masses don't really exist unless we the individuals bring the idea of the masses into play. There is no other way for the masses to exist, lest groups of individuals forfeit such a status as makes them utterly unique. The masses on the other hand hardly qualify for distinction.
|Posted by Glenn Currier on 06/13/18 at 01:31 PM|
Dawn, as I read this - unconsciously - I sighed and breathed in a deep breath of fresh air. The description of this precious time on the beach near the ocean, transported me. It made me remember those glorious moments and wonderful experiences of the surf, the sand, the wind, the massive source of life on the planet - and my times on the Gulf Coast, the Pacific Coast and the Atlantic Coast - each with its own character. What a gift to have been able to have visited all these places and to have spent lots of time, especially on or near the Gulf in Galveston and surrounding areas. It is such a pleasure experiencing you sinking into your spirit, your selfhood away from the roaring crowd. Oh how I relate! "Social media" has its place, but it is not a place close to my heart - it seems a place where people display a certain preferred image. Not that that is all bad, but it seems so superficial. This space right here is so much more soul-full to me. You are one of those who makes it so. Thank you, Dawn. Blessings and peace dear lady.