Friday, January 30, 2015


Our societies suffer when controlled by:
Social Darwinists

These riffraff claim to work for the common good. But their militarism gambles with our lives. They spend our public funds and resources for their pet projects. They've captured our governments, creating demand for their own products. They use our own money to corrupt & subvert. They destabilize nations, sell guns & weapon systems around unbalanced regions, and take home fat profits. They've contempt & hatred for almost everyone. They threaten our humble homes, while they themselves live in palaces.

Their systems are not business exchange - instead it's mugging or extortion. We're forced to pay them, for little positive in return. Their servants, not properly paid, turn on master, spilling official secrets; so their 'dog-eat-dog world' is unsustainable.

The hell they forced on us will not be missed.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Heroism: Love & Loss

I post this for family. Others will be disturbed. Beware!
Here's my Dad, checking-in to die (27 Dec).
He's wholly lucid, mentally sharp.
Remaining life, just 69 hours.

Basically, losing a kidney to cancer (in June 2014) left my Dad's 81-year old system unable to properly circulate & process as necessary. The day prior to checking-in etc., he'd commented sardonically "They call these our 'Golden Years'..." He'd been severely swollen & in pain for many months, and prepared for proper exit. Glad to be there...

A painful post... (even with the healing energy of juniper berries).
More to come...

Sunday, January 25, 2015

More Haiku

Extremist Anger
Militarist Majesty
Addicts to avoid.

Everything at threat
Militarists risk us all
Zeus to the corrupt

A simple talent?
To listen and to witness
Community's breath

Today I went out
Anticipating wonder -
Springing through hot sunshine

                     -- Genki

Thursday, January 22, 2015


Pity us Chosen
Angst & War, 5000-years!
Relief  Unwelcome.

Militarist fibs
Teaching hate, devouring profits
Raising hero schmucks

"Always on My Mind" - ?
Bang as Bibi's sons conceived:
Yasser Arafat !

Wind & rain persist
Surviving tribal madness.
Live and Be Well!

           --- Haiku  by  Genki

Wednesday, January 07, 2015

RIP: Rev. Jane Dibden

Sad to lose this friend:

Jane Dibden of Forgan, OK, died 5 Jan 2015 in a tragic traffic accident.

Formerly of Maine, Reverend Jane Ellen Dibden was a 1976 graduate of Mt. Blue High School in Farmington; Colby College (1980); and Oral Roberts Univ. Seminary (1989). Mother of five & spiritual inspiration to thousands, faith infused her life.

Local information is that Rev. Dibden left home about 3AM for a dropoff at Amarillo airport (160 miles). Returning home in northern Texas south of Perryton about 7AM, she came to a complete stop at end of State Highway 70, but mistook oncoming Rt. 83 traffic. Her 2003 Buick LeSabre was struck & crushed on the driver's side by a southbound 18-wheeler hauling fracking fluids, instantly killing Jane. The truck driver was physically uninjured. We pray for those who mourn you Jane Dibden: Rest In Peace with God.

Donations & support welcome:
Dibden Family Fund, First Security Bank, Box 947, Beaver Oklahoma 73932 USA

Her Light was never hidden; she shined brightly always, a beacon for All.
Obituary : The Reverend Jane Ellen Dibden Schwab

Thursday, January 01, 2015

RIP: Donald Drummond Lambert

Donald "Capt. Red" Lambert, former resident of West Yarmouth, MA died on 30th of December, 2014 on the island of Maui, Hawaii, at the age of 81.

Capt. Lambert was better known as "Capt. Red" to all who knew him.  Born in Boston, he held a Bachelor's degree from Boston University and a Master's Degree from Bridgewater State College.

As a youth he was an Eagle Scout, and later enlisted in the United States Marine Corps, serving in both enlisted and officer ranks.  After he received his commission, he served in several capacities, one of which was an Atomic Defense Officer.  He was a participant in the atomic testing in the Nevada desert in the mid 1950s where he participated in the largest nuclear blast ever detonated in the U.S.  He was one of the first in New England to take up SCUBA diving, owning one of the very first aqua lungs imported into this country and later operated a dive shop in Hyannis. He was also a pioneer in the sport of sky diving in the early sixties and was eventually severely injured in a freak accident during an exhibition at Lake Elsinore in California. Upon his honorable discharge from the Marine Corps, he settled in West Yarmouth, where he served as a Yarmouth police officer, Harbor Patrol officer, Assistant Shellfish Warden and Assistant Harbor Master. 

Capt. Red was a member of the Masonic fraternity and served as a Master of Howard Lodge A.F. & A.M., South Yarmouth.  He was later employed by the Town of Bourne as a teacher and taught at the Jr. High level for 30 years.

During the summer seasons he was employed by Hy-Line of Hyannis as a Senior Captain for over thirty-five years and operated all types of vessels from sight-seeing and fishing boats to large passenger ferries between Cape Cod and the islands of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. For many years Capt. Red provided live marine weather reports via local AM radio while navigating Nantucket Sound. He loved the sea and was also a commercial fisherman when time permitted.  He was known up and down the East Coast and was considered to be an exemplary boat handler.  He took great pride in the fact that several of his former crew chose the sea as their livelihood and went on to earn their licenses as Merchant Marine Masters. Capt. Red loved motorcycles.  He started riding at the age of 16 and rode regularly till his final months.

He leaves behind his wife of 58 years, Louana Lyman Lambert (link) and six married sons: Dr. Bruce Henry Lambert of Stockholm, Sweden; Capt. Kriss Alexander Lambert of Washington State; Ross Francis Lambert of West Barnstable; Capt. Keith Drummond Lambert of Kihei, HI; Dana Lyman Lambert of East Dennis; and Dr. Ryan K. Stuart Lambert of Honolulu, HI; 3 grandchildren: Connor, Kailani & Brooks; many inlaws & extended family. 'Ohana in Hawaii include the Lyman, Mills, Mattoon, Payne, Farden, Ewaliko, Brickwood and Kualii progeny; family elsewhere include Drummond, Diamond, Brockleman, McGowan, Gripp, Gibbons, O'Donnell, and Robertsons. Burial at the convenience of the family.

Obituary : Donald "Capt. Red" Lambert / Donald Drummond Lambert