Observing the natural environment as the path to enlightening oneself and stepping outside the confines of cultural facades and constructs. One must become attune with the prairie, savannah, canals, mountainous ranges, plains, volcanoes, oceans and every- thing in between. As a North American population and a microcosm of this land of the free and home of the brave we must as a Grinnellian community step into our innate qualities. We shall view freeing the bison as a most necessary step for reaching Darvana, the narrator’s stance in this column is to guide us into this earthly realm.
Reaching Darvana is a deed that we must work at and cannot hope us to slide into, yet know that it is definitely achievable and well worth the journey. One must step outside the social constructs, the blasphemy of political stagnation and prejudice, let us include the snakes, bison and tigers in our teachings. One should know that there indeed exists the veil of dark- ness in the lightness of possibility. Let us strive to walk, prowl, run, and skip as our forefathers so wanted us to. By practicing what we preach and yearning what we learn, the steps of Darvana will lead us from oppression to freedom.
As many a great bison protector must be aware there comes a time when chaos can no longer ensue and we must hope that what we can reach is a true state of the Age of Aquarius. There is now a time for violence to cease and for a lasting peace as of the essence of the bison to be obtained.
Well, they should look upon fellow bison and know they are in control of only so much and can only touch those they are surrounded by. There should be the ability for all to live in a democratic tranquility, where the peasants, bison and intellects show kindness, friendship and warmth with all. Therefore, let us reveal a glistening model for unbridled harmonious intuition and let thou cast out a shining light for all bison to prosper.