Tuesday, June 19, 2018



Everyone has those certain moments in those special places where the conditions are just right to talk with the man upstairs.  For me it is being stretched on a lounge chair, under the shade of a beach umbrella, with the taste of salt on tip of my tongue, listening to the sounds made as water is being filtered through bleached sand making it the cleanest and the purest sand on the planet.

Life is a wonderful gift with the result being living. In my process of living I have always wanted to speak with the man upstairs. Who said that man needs hair growing out of every part on his face? And whose decision was it to give man about 100 years to live? If you delete a few wrinkles, and give him a few drops of concentrate of energy, at 80 he is just getting started with the art of successful living. It is too bad that Father Time under the direct authority from the man upstairs has placed such strict limitations on the lifespan of humans.

Nevertheless, it is important to talk to the man upstairs. Those who have inquiring minds need answers. The man upstairs is a man of great intelligence; thus he shouldn’t mind that we ask questions. He has told us that he created man in his own image, and he also said that he gave man the ability to choose.  However, in creating man and in giving him the ability to choose, something went bad wrong. The truth is the man upstairs created the meanest creature on the planet.

Now the question must be asked, “What is he going to do about it?”

Apparently, he plans to allow this intelligent “fool” to destroy himself.

After allowing the planet about one million years for rejuvenation, the environment can once again sustain earthlings. If the man upstairs plans to create another human I would like to offer a suggestion?  This time put your son on the planet at the very beginning, because he is the one who has mastered the art of successful living. His philosophy for humans is to ‘love one another’, and ‘be kind to one another’. He taught the original earthlings to, ‘love your neighbor as yourself’ and ‘do unto other as you would have others do unto you’. It is not money or power that provides satisfaction for successful living, but it is how humans care for each other. 

Yes, I would like to stick around and offer other suggestions concerning the new world, but you have placed limits on the lifespan of man. But who knows, there may be a secret to this thing, and I just might be around to see you on the dark side of the moon.