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Friday, June 27, 2008

Color and Balance

Pamela Cross is one of the few women from the 1960s who was ahead of her time, who wandered about Pensacola, Florida in a simple print dress, mumbling words from Hindu texts she found out about by reading J.D. Salinger, books such as the Ramayana and the Tibetan Book of the Dead and the Heart Sutra — the kind of girls you'd find today in a graduate school, hanging on by tooth and nail because the whole process was driving her mad with rules and regulations when all she really wanted to do was get to the heart of the matter and find the truth. A girl like Pamela Cross is hard to find today for the simple reason that she was keenly in touch with her senses. Today that's a rarity, except in the young, those under thirty. Pamela was blessed with good genes, and even in her later years was aware of the beauty of music, the dazzling highlights and tones and tints of color that assaulted her wherever she turned her eyes, and the delight of balance and dance and movement. If you want to get to where she is, you might just like to try pregnenolone.

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