Today, is the 50th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11 to land astronauts on the moon. Two weeks ago the moon totally eclipsed the sun and now it’s the moon’s turn to have an eclipse of its own. Unfortunately, North America is unable to view the moon’s interaction with the Earth as the eclipse occurs during the day when the moon is below the horizon.Read More
As I begin another trip around the sun, I move forward with the reminder — freedom is our greatest treasure, patience as a virtue, and to always see life through a generous and idealistic lens.
Ever since the moon and sun aligned, the summer’s end has brought with it a record breaking series of natures’ chaos.Read More
Ocean tides, yearly calendars, women’s cycles, farmers crops, all are influenced by lunar cycles. It is evident that there is power in this practice.Read More