Free Bird (2015)

The ocean waves gently break on the shoreline and the lone gull cries as he skims its contour. To some, these moments bring back cherished memories of times past. The seagull can bring to us a sense of friendship and community. Also, it can teach us how to ride the currents of the mental, emotional and physical worlds. But are we at greater risk that these natural occurrences are becoming insignificant, especially among our children? Personal interaction is quickly being replaced with static machines. Primary relationships are with machines rather then a multi-dimensional person. Personally, it's a great concern that technology is gaining such enormous popularity. We must work together to ensure that our oceans are restored so that future generations may enjoy the message of the seagull: to learn the many lessons of looking, living and being.

Free Bird

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