After the Flood

The Pineal Gland of a Child

After tropical cyclone Idai in Mozambique this kid is probably wearing the only things that he still owns and is headed to an emergency shelter. But his youthful pineal gland is still working well and it so looks like he is still able to give love to his community. This child should be given immediate special expedited citizenship to Los Estados Unidos. Planet Earth and America in particular needs people who can give healing love and this child looks capable. What can we learn from Cyclone Boy?

Learn To Give Love

The life lesson that it took me sixty years to learn is how to give love. If I walk around remembering to give love then everything else falls into place. All of my life I have been hearing all you need is love but I never got it until recently.

Love is Like Gravity

Gushing with love and compassion for a child is the gravity that holds the universe together. Love is a whirling mass of atoms in love with themselves and each other. I needed to see other people in love before I got it. My parents hated themselves and each other and so they did not model love. My parents did not receive love from their parents and so my parent’s did not know how to give love. It’s okay they gave me other things like a sufficient education. When I was in middle school my Dad was a middle school summer school teacher and he took me to Summer School with him one year. I took a communications course and learned how to blog. My parents loved me by preparing me for the information age. The rest is up to me.

Give Love to Get Love

Giving love becomes a self-fulfilling cycle of healing and compassion. Giving compassion becomes self-ish. Spreading love, forgiveness and compassion becomes a beautiful habit. You become ingrained with love. If your mind is warped by the mental illness associated with alcoholism you can re-groove and ingrain it with love.

By Dean McAdams

Born a poor peckerwood in a Tujunga holler, Dean practiced secrets of the ancient & modern masters to end up liberated in the coastal paradise of West L.A.