It's been over a week since making a post. And even now, I'm not quite sure what to say, so I'll just spit it out.
I was excited to start Season Two of Walk for Natural Law in Arizona. I'd checked the weather before I left and according to the extended forecasts, all of February was supposed to be relatively mild. But that's not exactly how it turned out.
Thanks to an awesome down sleeping bag, I did well sleeping in temperatures into the teens, but my electronics maybe not so much. Freezing weather can permanently damage laptops and solar batteries and so after a week of risking it, considering the radical weather is expected to continue, I decided to change venues for Season Two. Where? I don't know. I suppose it will be a surprise for all of us.
Meanwhile, here are videos from Chino Valley and Prescott National Forest.
As I think about how to introduce season two of Walk for Natural Law, I feel compelled to respond to those asking, why? What am I actually doing and why am I doing it?
Well, it all started in 2014. I’d just written the Armistice & Accord, Letters Patent, Letters Marque and Declaration of Neutrality (you can view them here) and had started a walk across America beginning at Marina del Rey, California on what I’d called, Freedom Walk. I’d made it across the Mojave Desert and had almost reached Kingman, AZ when money ran out and it was time to abandon the adventure. Last summer I started the Freedom Walk again, but now it’s Walk for Natural Law...because now I see there is no freedom without a tremendous sense of personal responsibility.
After abandoning the Freedom Walk in 2014 I wrote the Law of the Land Handbook which codifies natural law and makes it enforceable. I did this because it was clear that the U.S. Constitution is inadequate for a society where only a few people rule over the many. The banking elite, U.S. military junta and commercial interests have taken over and without drastic change, life on Earth will eventually become extremely difficult if not impossible for most Americans and folks across the world.
Since I’m not really a marketing person, I figured walking across America would be the best way to meet people and share my work. And that’s what I’m doing now...walking through towns, cities and country villages, chatting with anyone who cares to ask what I’m doing out here. And while, as it turns out, I don’t really get to chat with all that many people, the walk will give me interesting stuff to blog about that, hopefully, explains Natural Law and places it in context.
I plan to continue this walk as long as finances last. If you’d like to chip in, here’s my paypal link: paypal.me/CindyKCurrier
Below is a photo of where I camped last night in Arizona.
This is not the sort of walk across America where the goal is not necessarily to arrive from point A to point B. It’s a new lifetyle, for now, where walking allows time and space to meet the ground and the sky, and the people who dwell in between; and through the process, introduce America to Natural Law.