utobiology, and was blown away,
with Her ability to intimately expose Herself, in Her writings.
Very moving. I fell in love with Her soul, right there.
I think that - that was what Zaadz was, intimately You,
with all of your flaws, and loves, and beliefs, and desires, "out there",
and people, "loving it", and you, because they were doing the same thing.
kind of an online "greenwich village", with lots of diversity, and acceptance.
You would know best. How was it, for You ? It obviously left its mark on You.
I am disappointed that Facebook Zaadz didnt seem to generate the same kind of joy.
It seems like an alumni gathering place, but thats all, sad, really.
Everyone has gone off,diaspora, doing their own thing, which kills the synergy of Zaadz.
Anyway, that is my "take on it", what is yours ? Thanks, for taking an interest, in Me. …
a quote from Margaret Mead, that there is
no better way to leave *zaadz behind, than with yet another
classic statement from her ... "Never depend upon institutions or government to solve any problem.
All social movements are founded by, guided by, motivated and seen
through, by the passion of individuals and ALWAYS REMEMBER that
you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else."