What if they threw a miracle but no one came? We sat outsdie eating icecream cones on a beautiful summer day. I looked up and noticed something looking down at me.
Click here to view my sky buddy. We live in a world full of mystery…Be open to primary knowledge. See what you see…
I used the youtube online editing features of ‘autofix’ which enhanced the color contrasting, however it is much more dramatic in the night sky, even though I have zoomed in close up on this iphone video. It is brighter than a star, and has a wierd phase of flicker that just sticks out like a sore thumb in the night sky. Let me reiterate that I zoomed in to show it close up in the video. It wasn’t huge in the night sky as the video may imply. I also slowed it down 2x slow motion so it
flicker’s half as fast. And, the youtube ‘autofix’ feature enhanced the contrast color of my sky buddy.
What caught my attention, was that when I took this video, the night sky was full of stars. But the chinzy iphone video eye caught only the anomaly. What’s more, I took several videos, but only this one caught it. I got other still photos but almost none show it. I found I had to have the right attitude for it to show up. You have to be friendly, otherwise if takes on its appearance of just another star in the night sky….
Everything matters…or nothing matters. It’s either all good, or every breath, every moment, every instant is important. Only matter doesn’t really matter and what isn’t matter, matters. Ofcourse, matter matters too. Everything matters. Relativism is a useful myth of the epoch and the sand upon which our realm is built. They are trying to convince you that a moment doesn’t matter, and that is why it can be frittered away, wasted. We have all the time in the world. The trouble is our time is almost up.
The emptiness of a coffee afternoon; to try to remember what it was like to observe the day pass with the comings and goings of people, waiting for the next thought like waiting for that blind date. Will it work out?+
Keep looking up. If you look down deep enough and long enough, you’re actually looking up.