Saturday August 29 marks the 4 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina as we shall honor those victims who's life was lost in that natural disaster as some say. Now once again we are in hurricane season and with Katrina and other hurricanes of the past and future, I think we should dialogue on this. What shall everyone being doing on Saturday for that. Don't just mourn the victim of Katrina but other hurricanes and as well as we shall also start to honor other victims concerning hurricanes. The victims who I am talking about are the restless souls that I believe make up the hurricanes the africans who never made it to land during slavery. If you are not getting what I"m referring to if you take notice the path that the hurricanes take from Africa is the same exact path the slave ships took from Africa. For every African that made it to these shores and the shores of the Carribbean and Latin America there were as great numbers that didn't make it shore. It has been said the first hurricane didn't show up until 60 years after the slaves started being taken. Consider if you will the number of slaves taken that were thrown overboard during the voyage, who were sick, dying, dead or even healthy. Imagine being a slave taken and treated in such a way you can never imagine. Whatever your expectation of your death and your tribes funerary rites to be tossed overboard whether you are healthy or not at the whim of your captors and you are in this great big body of water and you see something coming at you, you feel the pain of something sharp clamping down on you or your body parts in the water blood everywhere. Never imagining this is the way of your death will be. How restful could your soul be. If you read this history you will see the sharks as we know what they are now became conditioned to follow the slave ships from africa. Imagine if we will how extensive the trail of bodies if they could be tracked would be that were thrown overboard during the slave trade. Someone placed the number at 10 million. So one might theorize that the hurricanes are nothing more than the millions of restless african souls striking vengeance against those who took them and they are merely tracing the steps of the slave ships.