Natural Date 560
As I crossed over the Penobscot Narrows Bridge, someone yelled out of his truck window that pedestrians were not allowed on the bridge. I was nearly half-way across, but turned around and exited anyway, wondering why I saw no sign related to pedestrians on the bridge. Interesting, too, that of all the cars that passed, only one individual bothered to inform me.
But that’s how it is these days. Some people get involved, some don’t. I’m sorta like that man who warned me to get off the bridge; but only I warn people to get off the proverbial ‘pot’ — change course and take direct responsibility for their own lives. Maybe like a modern day Paul Revere, but only: “The bankers are coming, the bankers are coming!” And this is why I am walking across the country: to raise awareness for Natural Law.
Natural Law, as codified in the COURT OF AGES Law of the Land Handbook, is not simply someone’s good idea for a new constitution. Neither is it a bundle of rules to follow. It is an enforceable version of what is observed in nature; it is a way for humanity, as heirs of creation, to practice the guardianship we were entrusted with. It is a systematic way of protecting the living systems of earth.
All of life observes the laws of nature. It is the ‘road more traveled’ by all living things except humanity at this juncture. Read the Law of the Land Handbook. Consider how you might begin applying it to your life.
Below are a few video clips from my walk starting at Bucksport, across Verona Island and into Stockson Springs, Maine
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.