Wednesday, March 13, 2013
"It was when 'Eden' got it's definition, a time in the past that also defines time, so long ago, when our world was nothing like it is now. Even before the last preceding Pleistocene, Wisconsin Glacier Ice Age, forty to fifty thousand years ago, when even the land was different and sea level fluctuated in the radical climate of global warming, cooling and freezing. We were there, living in a land so vast in distances that in those times could not be imagined. Dwellings were sparse and no doubt the great distances divided cultures and groups where languages, traditions and beliefs were completely different. I try to imagine a land of no roads, no powerlines, or any sign whatsoever, that man had walked, and that Humans were as rare as some of the life that this Ice land offered."