Our End of Beautiful Coopers Beach. It is Paradise.

Our End of Beautiful Coopers Beach. It is Paradise.

What a beautiful morning! I’m just back from a long walk up and down hills and along the beach. I did a pre-interview with a neighbour who’s going to speak about Freemasonry on the radio with me in November. He’s the Grandmaster for Northland and we often bump into each other on the beach. We touched on Dan Brown’s take on the Masons from his new book, The Lost Symbol (I got a call last night to confirm my suspicions that Dan Brown is himself a Freemason). I loved the book, by the way. And, of course, I came back with mulberries for a smoothie.

Erwin Alber of VINE (Vaccination Information Network – look for his Facebook Page on this)) has been in touch (he’ll be back in New Zealand for a few months from his current home in Thailand) and we’ve tentatively set up an interview date for late January. The interview with Ashiya Austin about mandatory swine flu vaccinations last night was really out there and extremely thought-provoking. She even spoke about FEMA, sort of concentration camps for people who refuse to be vaccinated????? Supposedly there are something like 18 in Australia and hundreds in America. Don’t quote me on this. I haven’t done the research. I sure needed a walk on the beach after that interview. I’m curious what listeners thought of it. I’ll be posting it here with links soon. Stay tuned.

Anyways, it is such a magnificent sunny morning with voluminous birdsong that I’ll have to go out and do some gardening now. It’s too nice to miss. It might even be a swimming day if it stays like this.

Here’s a nice cover of Israel Kamakawiwo’ole’s – “Somewhere Over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World”

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John Haines is the author of In Search of Simplicity: A True Story that Changes Lives, a startlingly poignant and inspiring real-life endorsement of the power of thought, belief and synchronicity in one’s life.