Thank you for posting “American Idiocracy: 50 Years Later We’re Still Stranded in the Twilight Zone” by John Whitehead.

I have started to believe critical thought and questioning is dead in America.  For example, I’ve attempted to talk with people about chem-trails and ask if they’ve observed the sky and they actually do not know what I’m talking about — although the huge criss-cross, grid patterns are there in plain sight for all to see.  Just unbelievable.

As a child of the 1960’s I was fortunate to be exposed to The Twilight Zone at a very early age.  It made a deep impact on my life.  This and reading everything I could get my hands on. My mother exposed me to the music of Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Jerome Kern, etc.  I spent years listening to classical music which became an emotional landscape.  All of the inner richness I’ve cultivated is very challenging to share with people in this day and age, to say the least.

Now young people bury their minds in their smart phones and look to Google for answers.  Culture seems to have been become flattened into a monotone of dullness.

Anyway, I’m rambling.  I never expected and was very surprised to see this beautiful article on Galactic Connection of all places – sandwiched in between the latest New Age thought.  How authentic and how refreshing.

Valerie