As you know a beautiful person has passed and transitioned. You can read about my thoughts – here
Zin’s wife, family, and a group of his close friends wanted to celebrate him in a grand and deservedly so fashion so they organized a series of events and called it Zin Weekend. You can feel all of the energy reverberating at just the mention of the events going down including on social media; particularly facebook.
There was a concert at the Shrine of Black Madonna in Houston, a caravan to Galveston, TX where his ashes were placed in the ocean, a garden beautification project that took place right near his All Real Radio, an ultimate Smudge (something Zin created for the family to get together) Special Commemorative Edition, and an event at 4212 Almeda (which we arrived too late to participate or get photographs. There was also a host of other events that happened in the city. It was a beautiful weekend (albeit an equally sad one). These events really depicted the loving reach and connection Zin had with the people.
Everyone that I spoke with discussed how they were inspired and motivated in some way and reminded of Zin’s measureless work. It was great to see many of my friends from way back and right now again. I hope we can continue to see each other with the same happiness, love, and open arms but in different circumstances and without tragic situations like this being its incentive. Perhaps that is one of the many lessons to be learned and to take away from the Zin Weekend.
So again, I say thanks Zin and I’ll see you later brother.
Some things to check out…….
Zin’s dream come true radio station – All Real Radio – Link
Go Fund Me Page for Zin’s family – Link
Petition to change Dowling Street to Zin Way or Zin Ave. – Link
Note: If you have any ideas or want to start some type of group or anything, I’d suggest to speak with Zin’s wife Ciandra, first as a respect factor and not to exploit Zin’s name, image, or work. She can be contacted via facebook on the “We Love You Zin Page. Here
Peace, Love, & Light to you all.
Nathaniel Donnett is an interdisciplinary artist from Houston, Texas who is interested in human behavior and psycho-social concerns. Donnett is currently working out his “Dark Imaginarence” concept/manifesto soul theory, and is also the founder of “Not That But This.” You can find him at www.nathanieldonnett.com, https://twitter.com/artistik, and on facebook.