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Envisioning and Reflecting, and Somehow It All Comes Together

I sit here on the morning of what the media are calling the “first Super Blue Blood Moon Trifecta since 1866,” shaking my head a bit at the word they missed–“eclipse.” But then how many types of “first” can you say in tandem before that mouthful reaches the point of the absurd? Perhaps this is

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The Language of Music – The Language of Astrology, Part 1

(I wrote Part 1, this one, last night, October 31, and Part 2 tonight. But let’s start with Part 1, and you can consider these perspectives before I add Part 2 tomorrow.) Tonight, I listened to guitarist Susmit Sen, founder of the musical group Indian Ocean, and now working in Susmit Sen Chronicles and The

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A Great Man with an Awe-Inspiring History Moves On

A great man died on July 1. If you’ve heard of him, you may have seen the YouTube video that went viral last year when Sir Nicholas Winton found himself surrounded by the now-adult children he saved between December 1938 and March 1939, and those children made him a father, a grandfather and a great-grandfather some 6000 times

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