Miles in the Sky is a post-bop jazz fusion album by Miles Davis. While listening to it, I read about an experiment conducted by Edith Smith of Berkeley, CA in which the common buckeye was bred to produce more bluish scales in their wings. Within a few generations, they were able to transform the color of these magnificent beauties. It made me think about how we humans do something similar. Within just a few generations, how much have we evolved from our ancestors? When we choose to heal generational trauma, only then can our true colors shine through.