FLASH COVID DETOX 2 DAY HEALING RETREAT.
Headed out to hot springs. Headed out to Baños with my kids.
Taking greetings from Guagua Pichincha to their mother Isabel. Ready to soak in Tungurahua’s healing waters at dawn, watch her dance with the cloud rivers of the Amazon at sunset, Visit her comadre the Virgencita de Baños in the basilica and see all the new gifts her devotees have brought to celebrate their accomplishments and pray for their kin, bathe in the spray of the Rio Verde at the Pailon del Diablo, hang out with my children, drink hot chocolate, colada morada, eat tangerines off the trees, pick aguacates, hike through cloud forests to look for orchids, hummingbirds, tanagers and dantas AND best of all visit dear long lost friends.
From our friends at Wikepedia: The Kauaʻi ʻōʻō or ʻōʻōʻāʻā was a member of the ʻōʻō genus within the Mohoidae family of birds from the islands of Hawaiʻi. The entire family is now extinct. It was previously regarded as a member of the Australo-Pacific honeyeaters. This bird was endemic to the island of Kauaʻi. Click HERE to listen to the last male Kaua'i bird sing for his beloved who will never come.
I have so many questions:
What do our brains look like,
when they are formed in relation to bird song?
What happens to our brains
when they are not trained by bird song?
What will our brains look like,
our trees look like,
How can we hear
the voices of birds
that are no longer singing?
What does it mean to d/evolve?
How will this affect our psyches?
How will this affect our ears?
What will our
When we no longer hear?