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May 2003 Anniversary Edition

May 2003 Anniversary Edition May 1, 2003

2nd Anniversary Retrospective Look

Two years...wow! I had to pause and look back to where I started and see how far I've come in the last 2 years.

The journey has been long and winding, with its share of peaks and valleys about people and places, about hammerheads, ravers and yogis and about the search for answers in this ever changing landscape. The journey can at times bring weariness...the moments I strive to capture, no matter how magical and mesmerizing, remain few, fleeting and far in between.

In my pursuit of human connection, with an almost total abandonment to where it takes me, I've found myself in strange and interesting places and company - magical moments, proverbial waterfalls, drum circles and chasing elusive concepts about truth and reality.

I've had the privilege and good fortune to commune with people whose hearts are in the right place, people who have the unique quality to bring out the good in everyone within their orbit, people who have openned their doors and people who have unlocked mine.

I look ahead and I see a winding trail full of inviting forks that lead somewhere or nowhere. It really doesn't matter where it takes me. It's all about the journey...not the destination. Along the way, paths will cross once more and the magic is repeated all over again.

To digest all of that in one sitting leaves me overwhelmed with more questions than I can answer.

--- TheLoneRider

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