I had brought with me the lights we played with during Katie’s Sweet Sixteen. They change colors and do all sorts of neat things. I thought they could improve my visibility during my bike journey.
I am not sure why I brought them with me to the dinner. I guess I was meant to give the lights to the kids. That’s what I did, and it made them very happy.
We sang a little, and then I left.
A few moments after leaving I realized that I had forgot my bag so I went back. When I was leaving for the second time, Sequoia came running and stopped me down the dark road. “Piero, I want to say goodbye and sing for you.”
And there she was, Sequoia, in all her majesty, singing. She moved the lights around and created the most visually attractive spectacle I’ve seen in a long time. I took the headlamp from my head, sat on the floor, and directed the light at her, as if she was on a stage. She sang for me, only for me, and touched my heart deeply.
I realized that Sequoia is an old soul, a powerful teacher, an indigo child, a master in time travel. She made an old man travel back to a time of innocence.
I thanked her. I told her that she will make many people happy as she had just made me happy. We hugged each other and said goodbye.
The Forces of the Universe brought us all to Camp Lookout at the same time, so we could meet, and create meaningful moments in our lives.
Yes, there is magic, and it is unexplainable. We just have to pay attention, and remain open.