A Red Robot holding an old fashioned wooden broom, clears away small rocks and debris on a large landing pad. Out in the beautiful chromatic distance, a Green Robot comes running towards him.
Something feels off. I sit in my space and listen. Its dark outside and the air feels still. I can intuitively feel the calm of the lake and the hibernation of the critters until tomomorrow. However, the air was not silent. The tension that strung through my living room and permeated into the kitchen, bathroom and sleeping space wrung through my chest, causing major anxiety. I wanted to be free of this air, free of this tension, and just be, like everyone else. But as I sat, alone with the silence for company, I knew that there was no easy escape from the prison of my heart. The walls caved in. My head pounded at the pressure. I drew for my tarot deck
There is an old thinking experiment called the Ship of Theseus, in which over a long period of time old parts on a sailing ship are replaced until every old piece is replaced with a new piece and then all the old pieces are refurbished and are made into a new sailing ship. Which ship is the original ship? Think of every individual as their own Ship of Theseus with cells dying and being replaced, as well as tastes, beliefs, and ideas, what makes us, us. The human body is even made up of more cells that are not of our own than those of our body’s creation.
“We are all alone, born alone, die alone, and—in spite of True Romance magazines—we shall all someday look back on our lives and see that, in spite of our company, we were alone the whole way. I do not say lonely—at least, not all the time—but essentially, and finally, alone. This is what makes your self-respect so important, and I don't see how you can respect yourself if you must look in the hearts and minds of others for your happiness.”
Imagine your body, heart, mind, and soul duplicating our Earth's energies, communication channels, and pulsating magnetic field? In science, this rings true. As a child, we remarkably match our planet's water to body mass ratio, the 71% to 29%, and as we get older we start losing the water factor of this phenomenon.
People often love learning about the strange but beautiful culture that is ancient Egypt. The art, mythologies, and way of life for them were fascinating, and keep us intrigued from a young age. However, a lot of stories about ancient Egypt that we hear or even learn about in school are wrong, leaving us with some misconceptions about how the Egyptians of old lived -- and died.
We love our convenience -- single-use plastic utensils, paper plates, disposable cups, plastic wrap, wrapping paper for presents, myriad types of plastic bags, etc. If there’s a way to create something to throw out after use, we’ll find it and run with it.
What is the difference between a dream, a vivid imagination, and Déjà vu? The difference between each one is from the google definition of each word;
If you like this artical make sure to leave me a tip for your show of apperiaction. Now on the card of the panther we actually have a depiction of the nine of wands. In this case it is the nine of acorns. Now the nine of wands is usually has a person who is wounded and they are being defensive and they are standing with nine wands around them almost like a wall. This usually indicates a person has been hurt and they’re afraid of being vulnerable.
Socrates and The Unexamined Life
Tim looked up towards Jupiter through his telescope. He couldn’t quite make out the huge planet through the dim lens, but he knew it was there. He had found the telescope in a Salvation Army two years ago. It had been rusted and partially cracked down the side, the magnification was so weak it barely improved on the naked eye, but Tim loved it. He made a quick note in his book and then frowned. According to the textbook Jupiter had a bright red spot on its surface, a storm twice the size of Earth swirling at speeds faster than a hurricane. Tim thought the picture made it look like a fat, angry zit. Except nobody had ever tried to pop it.
When I look at the stars, I find it stunning and perhaps startling, that while in our galaxy alone there may be thousands of star systems with exoplanets to explore, There are many, many more galaxies speckling the universe with each its own stars and planets. I see a vast world, like the depths of the ocean, waiting to be dived into.