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kathy

Well well well, SO glad you have crossed safely between/among worlds! You are a cosmic bi-coastal reporter, much appreciated. Welcome home!

xxo,
k

robyn

wow that's crazy. its the real thing for how i'm methaphorically feeling... thank you!

Lori

Hi Robert,

I know first hand of what fires do. (multiple times).

After 11 years of living in the pristine forest 8300' up in elevation ... (near Denver) I have seen many forest fires. Caused by nature and humans both. Too many to count.

Fires are Fires no matter where they are & so I know all too well what people have been going through in CA. My heart and prayers go out to them. The fire fighters are the heroes in these things.

I know how it is to go to the fire station and help cook dinner that is going to be taken to them out on the front lines. Alot of them are volunteer. The real tragedy are the fires started by people and not nature.

And yet one wonders - why does it take a tragedy to open people's hearts to each other? Why can't it just unconditionally be that way every day?

I know how it feels to smell smoke in the air and how unsettling it is. I know how it is to look a mile away and see the pine forest burning on the next ridge over. I know how it is to be within 2 miles of the evacuation zone (multiple times) and not have to evacuate but watch so many others have to do it. It touches everyone.

Whether one's house gets touched by fire or not ... whether one gets evacuated or not - it still traumatizes everyone in the area. I have seen the looks on the faces of evacuees who had to go the high school a mile a way for shelter. Talked to people who did and didn't have a home to go back to later who might have been only a couple miles from where I was living.

I've seen so many forest fires in my 11 years of living in the woods (and yet when you move up there it goes with the territory ... just like if you move to Key West you might get hit with a hurricane)I have lost count.

I know how it feels for the winds to keep blowing and fanning the flames. I feel for everyone out there.

Yet I miss living up there in the forest and would move back to the woods in a heart beat regardless. I understand why people re build on the very site that was burned.

It's sad - It takes YEARS for a pine tree to grow 100' tall ... and minutes for a fire to ravage it. One of Colorado's BIGGEST fires was started by a Forestry employee who knew better. She ended up doing time in prison. It's sad to go back later after a forest fire and look at the aftermath. Think about the wild life as well.

Houses with metal roofs are a good idea etc.

So I know how the folks in CA feel with the fires from experience. Those reverse 911 calls leave them minutes to get out ... live stock have to go to the fair grounds etc. And to see the aftermath of fire in the forest - is sad. not to mention what it does to the wild life trying to escape it.

So what you say of the fires ... I know from experience what it's like and have seen multiple sides of it. It's also unsettling to know that the evacuation zone came only a mile from where I was living. Yep - I know unfortunately about these things.

On the other side ... March 2003 living up there, we had SEVEN feet of snow ... (collapsing the rooves of houses etc) - and that's a different journey all together. : ) We had just had our rooves replaced a month prior - talk about guidance from spirit.

My heart and prayers go to those out there and to you as well.

Lori

Kathleen

Thank you for the great writing Robert!

In 1993, I had just moved to Malibu, on PCH, and was evacuated during those awful fires. For three days, I did not know if my home existed anymore...the fires had jumped PCH and were burning all the way to the water's edge. I felt certain that it had burned down.

There is a numbness which accompanies this stressful time during loss. A numbess in the midst of understanding that 'YOU are not your material things'. A numbness of feeling that everything you 'worked for' was gone in a matter of 24 hours. POOF!! It was then that I realized how quickly your life can change--without you even trying. You stand naked before the world, stripped of your wordly goods and truly comprehend that 'who you are' counts more than 'what you own'.

My younger brother lives in Rancho Bernardo. The reverse 911 woke him at 5am and for several days, he wondered if his homes were gone too. It was a silent understanding between us as he 'knew' I understood that strange feeling of dismay and numbness. Perhaps he too will have had an epiphany and realize that material items are not our goal in this lifetime.

Society seemingly wants us to be defined by our material acquisitions....but deep inside, we all (hopefully) come to a better understanding, that the Universe has much more to teach us if we want to listen and learn.

Even if these gigantic tragedies do not happen to you personally, it is a gentle reminder for us all to REACH HIGHER AND BE YOUR BEST!

Lori

I think the core thread through out every tradgedy (be they fires, floods etc) viewed from the human level is that on the heart level it compels people to help people, to opening hearts, to stepping up - to being there for one another. It opens hearts to the energy of compassion for each other. To have compassion and kindness for the inner spirit of each one. That outer appearance does not matter - only the energy and light of spirit -the true self within.

To be able to hold this compassion and help for one another when life is good as well and tradgedy is not occuring.

We are each beautifully spirit. We come into life spiritually enlighened already ... we are simply remembering how to be human and remembering that spirit is all there is.

Outer appearance in the higher reach means nothing ... only the light and energy of spirit that is the isness of all ... all that is - the infinite eternal body of light, of pure love and pure light that is the truth of each one ... before physical life in spirit, in physical life, after physical life in spirit ... always there is spirit.

The lesson is to hold this compassion for each other every day, tradgedy or not. Hanna Kroeger knew so well when she said (her motto) "Help each other." It's easy to write a check to help ... but so much better to use one's hands and heart to help; to express kindness.

For example with one of the huge forest fires "The High Plains Fire" in the summer of 2000 up near Conifer CO where I lived ... going to the fire station and helping to make a huge vat of beef stew from scratch knowing it would go to the front lines that night to feed the fire fighters. The pebble goes in the pond and the ripples go out.

And Robert I know all too well of what you speak with the smoke and fire, I've seen it many times. My heart and prayers are with all.

I remember parades being held to thank the fire fighters - they are he heroes in all of this ... I think that in CA - something like that should be done as well.

Lori

Oops I said High Plains Fire, I meant to say High Meadows fire. One of many I've experienced from 2000 to 2005 ... my heart and prayers go to all in CA.

Colorado's largest fire was the Hayman Fire started by a careless Forestry employee. 137,760 acres were burned.

http://www.wilderness.org/Library/Documents/upload/Wildfire-Hayman-Fire-Facts.pdf

Robert

Hi all - Glad to be back. Very glad to be in a place with fresh air.

Lori

Fresh air is a blessing. Remain open, in the days and weeks to come ... to volunteering with local fire departments and agencies in the burn areas and see what can be done to help, if in the local area.

Help is always needed. November through April (I am a CA native) is usually rainy season in CA. When the smoke and the air clears ... it's not always over. There is still more to be done and will be more needing to be done to help others. Local Fire Departments and agencies would know what needs to be done.

When there have been fires, and the ground brush, grasses, forest and trees that hold the soil and hillsides in place have been burned ... there can be/usually - often is - due to the erosion of the land and removal of the protective undergrowth and grasses etc, flooding and mud slides, if rains come - be it forest, hills, mountains or near the ocean. Homes that were not burned, can be affected by flooding and mudslides after fires in the following months.

I've seen it in Colorado after the many forest fires I've experienced. The land brings new growth in time along the ground through the charred trees. It really has an emotional affect to go back later and quietly, reflectively look at the burn areas ... and see new grasses and flowers coming up like a resurrection. It will happen in time the regrowth.

Structures can be rebuilt - the most important thing being that loved ones and family are still together.

Fires are hard enough ... hard too on the animals and birds not able to escape. Forest fires and any fires are especially hard on them.

I was happy to see some of the fire fighters honored on the show Dancing with the Stars and a welcome break for them. Many of them are volunteer. I hope there will be a parade of some sort in CA to thank and honor them - those men and women fighting the fires are the true heroes. That's what they've done in Colorado - parades to honor them.

They richly deserve acknowledgement, thanks, gratitude and praise from all. Especially since many of them come in from other states. Many of them are also volunteer EMT's and paramedics. What a blessing they are!

I'm very glad Robert that you are physically okay and your home is okay.

Prayers and the violet transmutative light for all in California. Everyone in such an experience is affected.

robyn

the world is a strange place.

i've always thought of man, as a population, dealing with what it would be like to live among the wild of the earth.

its a permanent fixture.
you illustrate that for me-in your diary.

the world is so complex.

bettyann

Glad you had a great trip and very happy you are home safe & sound.
Blessings to you,Robert.

Robert

Hi Lori - I agree fire fighters are true heroes. We will need them more and more as the droughts continue.

Hi robyn - Our civilization, such as it is, is a fairly thin veneer over some fairly wild, untamed stuff.

Hi bettyann - Thanks. Finally catching up on some stuff that arose while I was on the road. And I must say that it's a true blessing to have a home again to come home to after so many years.

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