I recently read about former astronauts and how they felt about our world from looking at it from afar...as in out of space! Interestingly, they all "agreed" that ugly human behaviors (i.e., hatred, racism, pestilence, you get the story) seem to melt away and that in the infinity of space, "not much matters" on that "speck" of blue so far away in the distance - our earth! Can you imagine? The closest the "regular Joe/Josie" gets to "out of space" is maybe flying on an airplane at 40,000 ft., and that the thrill of flying, (maybe going to a foreign land, or even a visit home to loved ones) makes us realize how small we are compared to the earth, and then the infinite universe.
I certainly wish this attitude of how these former astronauts felt would transfer to those undesirable minds who commit to acts of terror and destruction of ruining lives, communities and nations around our precious earth. This senseless and deplorable thinking and action must be stopped. As a world, we must believe that good wins over evil, as Belgium has so eloquently displayed today in the wake of the atrocities yesterday. Thoughts and prayers to the many families who lost loved ones....
Photo of the March 2016 Full Moon