“Look at that fish…I mean, bird.” W. Lewis has a vision at Leaders Causing Leaders…

Via Mathew Gerson
on Nov 9, 2010
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“Look at that fish…I mean, bird.”

These possibly not-so-crazy-wisdom words were uttered by a thoroughly dazed Waylon Lewis as we strolled across the faux Japanese lakes outside the Long Beach Convention Center.

These words, like a bell ringing dully in the empty sky, clear and true as one could be after hours spent in cavernous, cold convention center, captured the elusive essence of the half-MTV, half-New Age Leaders Causing Leaders conference we were attending.

I’ll be back with a proper attempt at an article in the near-to0-distant future/past/present/multi-dimensional s-pace-in-between these-limiting_notions_of_things.

In the meantime, check out this cool video, below, that kinda makes you want to cry, hide, fly, eat ice cream, make balloon animals, walk into the sunset, write a Master’s thesis on the loss of our planet’s biodiversity…or maybe just like totally something else.

I really recommend watching the video thru to the end to gain the full import of its message. If you can’t trust me, how can you trust yourself?

Feel better now?


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2 Responses to ““Look at that fish…I mean, bird.” W. Lewis has a vision at Leaders Causing Leaders…”

  1. Rachael Joy says:

    Wow, I haven't seen the heart or checkerboard wipe in like 20 years. nice. It mainly made me want to buy a Three Wolf Moon t-shirt.

  2. elephantjournal says:

    Assuming you didn't stare at my bare chest for 4 minutes…I guess you mean that video. I could only make it through a minute. Cracked me up. It'd be hugely popular and "ironic" in Hipsterville, now, it's so bad. ~ Way