Kenishi's triumph

Published September 21, 2013 11:31 pm
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Kenishi Ebina's winning the 2013 "America's Got Talent" contest says a lot about the consciousness of the young people of America. For a foreigner from Japan to have won an epic competition entitled "America's Got Talent" shows me that people across America have moved into the consciousness of "Oneness." We have moved past the separation of nations into a global family.

I congratulate Kenishi, whom I call a "movement artist." Anyone who teaches movement, not just dance but movement, to our children should be proud of Kenishi's triumph. Kenishi has taken the art of movement into the video/technical field with the incredible backgrounds that he creates to go along with his movements. This program showed that America has gotten over its hatred of the Japanese people and I pray that we can do the same for the people of the Middle East in years to come.

Albert Einstein said, "No problem can be solved from the same consciousness that created it. We must learn to see the world anew." We joined together and saw a consciousness change in American thought on Wednesday night and few people realize how huge it really was.

Ned Nerdin


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