Here are two videos I took @ Drumbeats Through Time on October 15th. The second is just over 7 minutes long and well worth watching. I wonder if anyone will hear the message within...
Also, for those history buffs out there, Al Parker is a blood-relative (~g-g-grand nephew – if I recall his lineage correctly ) of Ely S. Parker, who served under General Ulysses S. Grant during in the Civil War and later during his presidency. As a matter of fact, Ely Parker was at Appomattox ( the surrender docs were in his handwriting ) when Robert E. lee surrendered in April 9, 1865.
The message I heard from Al Parker was that WE must – collectively – come together as one. WE must sit at the round table - or circle – and deliberate in a way that ensures decisions made today will benefit those yet unborn seven generations from now.
"We're in this together."