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Wanderers by Erik Wernquist

Here we are inhabiting about 3/10 of a fragile little speck of dust. Suspended in a universe of such enormous scale that we might not be around for long enough to explore even 0.00001% of it. But it is an … Continue reading

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Thank You Carl Sagan

A man I have never known. A person with whom I never had a conversation or shared an experience has given me the greatest of gifts – the ability to grasp the universe as it is and to be humble before … Continue reading

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When There’s Nothing Left To Talk About

In this seemingly everlasting shimmering of lights above our heads is where our thoughts should be – quiet and humble in the presence of the vast cosmos. At the end of the day, when there’s nothing left to talk about, … Continue reading

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The Universe Is a Big Place…

Have you ever wondered how big the universe is? Have you ever wondered how tiny you are compared to the Earth or the Moon? Those are some reasonable questions. When I look up at the stars, I tend to imagine … Continue reading

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Humble Beginnings and the Eternal Verities

The Earth is all that we have and it is our only perspective. From here we get to observe the deep ocean of stars lingering in the sky. It is an incredible feeling to lie down and let your eyes swim … Continue reading

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