About a year ago, a few humans in a small boat in the Sea of Cortez came upon a humpback whale in distress.
This YouTube video is about 8 minutes long. Watching the unfolding process - to the end - is worth every minute of time taken from the day for this viewing.
On this Labor Day weekend, thoughts of connection to Nature, knowing the best human place in the world, and how to apply our human-learned skills come to mind. Also, connection with community and like-minded and hearted people to help us live in balance with Nature and understand our human place on the planet
Sharing this video among friends is also one of the positives about Internet access. This video came to me through a friend who received it from a long connected group of friends, with the message, "Best Video You Will Ever Watch."
As I think locally about the promise of new management by the foundation for Petaluma Animal Services in partnership with the City of Petaluma, I'm also heartened to know that humans with evolved thinking and practices for animals are charting a course to help our animals and greater community in Petaluma.