Several weeks ago, when I was visiting with my daughter and three-year-old grandson, we went whale-watching off the coast of New Jersey. Of course, we didn’t see any whales, but we saw lots of dolphins, and they were magnificent! So sleek and graceful! The little one was quite taken with them, and, with a gleam in his eyes and moving his upper extremities to simulate the movement of the dolphins, proclaimed, “They’re my girls–they like me!” Now, we could just write that proclamation off as a three-year-old’s narcissism–but could it be something more? I like to think of his words as a sign of the breakthrough in the evolution of consciousness that so many people are talking about. Is it possible that a tiny little boy is aware of his connection with dolphins? I think so–and I hope so. And I hope that awareness doesn’t stop with dolphins!
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