Around 2008, while crossing the Rift Valley (Ethiopia) in search of the most ancestral tribes that might have survived to the expansion of civilization…

Walking, camping and hitch-hiking on the lands where the human race is supposed to have been originated, I had the great opportunity to spend some time living with direct descendants of “Lucy” – the most ancient Australopithecus ever found- (3,500,000 years old).

During my captivity in the clandestine prison of Makalawe under the command of the Mursi Tribe; I got to learn quite a lot from this indomitable African country (the only one in the whole continent that could never be colonized by any European Nation)

Currently it is divided into 83 wild tribes living in constant war among them, trying to gain supremacy over the region.

The main difference between the most precarious clans and the most developed ones, is  that the first ones still struggle with spears and catapults while the latter already have machine guns…

A week ago we visited the Peace Memorial Park” -Hiroshima-, and walking by the exact point where the atomic bomb exploded, we were able to feel deep inside the “Great Achievements” and “breakthrough” that mankind had been able to reach since the times of “Lucy” until our days…

Yesterday climbing the Alps in the northwest of Japan we walked across many hectares of virgin forest to make contact with a strange species of monkeys that live in the snow and managed to adapt to the rigorous climate finding pools of thermal waters where they spend large part of the day relaxing…

 

We stayed long hours observing how they spent their time collecting fruits from the trees, swimming in the river, taking baths and playing happily in the snow…

I couldn’t help wondering in which of the two directions evolution may have occurred…

 

 

While I continue my reflections, may be the best I can do is go for a ride at the “Jungle Snow Park” with that pair of waxed sticks that are shimmed in the feet…; Actually one of the greatest inventions of the human being! (without considering the machine gun and the atomic bomb!)

 

…Many people ask me “what I´m gonna do with my life…”

 

For the time being…; may be just follow their example and try to look more like our ancestors or descendants??- The Alpine Macaques

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