"If you just look at all that already exists in your life, all that you already have: unlimited air to breathe, ample lighting to see, beautiful music to hear, interesting books to read, stars to dream by, trees to gaze at, good food to eat, nice floors to dance on, good friends to cavort with, enemies to befriend, strangers to meet, beaches to comb, hills to scale, rains to cleanse you, animals to comfort you, - you do have to admit, there's more of it than you could ever, ever spend. (But try anyway)"
My good friends happy about the new Industrial Park to be building soon in spite of the Present Rail Party objections. This of for the benefit of the residents not for the outside interests. And "I coulda been home in 20 minutes."
I am approaching 89 years old and I only have my social security for income. I live in the Senior Apartments in Nanakuli a block from the beach. I can look out my window and see Puu Haleakala, a magnificent mountain, that reminds me of the Cerro Negro, a volcano in Nicaragua. I don't think in terms of finding Paradise here, so late in life on the Waianae Coast. I think I found it just in time.