Staying home can do wonders: I fixed more of my stuff, arranged my shirts by color, wrote people I promised to write to, and am finally finishing "Yoga School Dropout," finally to move on to "Autobiography of a Yogi."
I wonder if they're vegan? In any case, it gives me yet another excuse to visit NYC. But while in California, why not visit one of her own wonders? But man, if I could return to India, I'd like to enter an Ayurvedic treatment. Ah well.
Then care of Eric Prescott, this article states: "Leading aquariums and swim-with-dolphin dealers are subsidising the Japan dolphin slaughter by paying £25,000 or more for a few 'show' dolphins from the catch," said Ric O'Barry, a former US Navy diver who trained the dolphin star of the 1960s television series before turning against dolphin captivity in 1970....
A report released last year by the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society reveals that dozens of dolphins captured in Japan's annual "drive fisheries" - and then spared - have ended up in aquariums around the world.
Figures. So stop supporting marine parks, or animal cage facilities already! Why not watch Cirque du Soleil, instead, or go to a botanical garden and smell the flowers; let love well up.