I want to fly like an eagle to the sea, fly like an eagle let my spirit carry me.
Steve Miller had the right idea when he sang 'Fly Like an Eagle' in 1977.
The Boomer desire to fly like an eagle was strong during youth, and survives, as it eclipses the age of 65.
The environmental message was embraced in its infancy by Boomers. April, 22, 1970, was the first day that Earth Day was observed, an American teach-in that drew 20 million people. Earth Day is now observed worldwide by more than 500 million people on the approach of its 41st celebration.
Earth Day has matured along with Boomers. Green power reigns. The world's too big to be changed in one day. But international education will raise consciousness. It's time for the yearly teach-in on April 22, to soar like an eagle.