Is there a global shift in consciousness? I read some writers who believe it to be true, but I don’t really see it around me. Some people say there is a spiritual evolution occurring. Certainly, people globally are going through rapid changes in their natural and man-made environments and that has to cause personal changes. But it doesn’t mean that there will be an expansion of consciousness.
“I think ‘finding your voice’ is a false concept. It leads you to believe that it’s out there somewhere, like it’s behind the sofa cushions. I think your voice is always inside of you, and you find it by releasing things into your work that you have inside.”—Billy Collins
Take something as simple and ordinary as tea, then dig deeply into its roots to show that it is far more complex, subtle, varied, challenging and interesting than you would have ever believed. That’s the recipe for a delicious documentary, and this one delivers. A fanatical tea drinker in California becomes a connoisseur of fine teas, and then goes on to…
“I would feel dead if I didn’t have the ability periodically to put my world in order with a poem. I think to be inarticulate is a great suffering, and is especially so to anyone who has a certain knack for poetry.”—
Discovered on February 28th, 2014, Near-Earth Asteroid (NEA) 2014 DX110 will pass within .9 lunar distances of the Earth on Wednesday, March 5. Slooh will attempt to track during closest approach starting at 1 PM PST / 4 PM EST / 21 UTC - international times at http://goo.gl/9Eg9A9
Slooh Host and Observatory Director Paul Cox will host the 15 minute broadcast. Cox will explain the difficulties in finding and completing the necessary research to accurately determine an asteroids orbit in prelude to our major broadcast this Sunday, March 9th with the Minor Planet Center.
Since this asteroid has a current orbit uncertainty rating of 5 coupled with its small size, location, and incredible rate of motion, there is a high probability they will not capture the asteroid during the broadcast.
It is easy for me to imagine the earliest humans watching the motions of the sun and stars and wondering. they knew the light came and went and that they slept and awakened and they must have had some sense of Time.
this past week. I knew only the basics about him – what you learned in a music class or by watching a fictionalized movie biography. He was born in Salzburg, Austria in 1756. Most people know that he was a child prodigy who by the age of five was proficient at the violin and piano and he started composing.
There was no New Moon this month, but there will be two in March – on the 1st and the 30th.
I have seen some websites call the New Moon a Black Moon. That is not an astronomical term but the name is understandable since the Moon is not normally visible at this phase (except when it is seen in silhouette during a solar eclipse).