How wonderful would it be to look back on your life and realize you had accomplished something like this couple in India?
I have said it before, but it’s worth repeating. We were made for this planet. We are to be true stewards of what we find because it doesn’t “belong” to us, whatever that means in the context of our finite lives. We belong to the Earth, and we can take that responsibility seriously, or we can ignore it at our peril. This couple has made a serious effort to leave their part of the planet better off than when they found it.
I can’t stop signing up for courses on Coursera. I’m such a nerd. Now I’m drawn to this Archaeoastronomy course. I suppose there are worse things to do with your time.
When the universe is filled with such fascinating beauty and mystery, it’s hard not to be curious about it.
Sometimes when the world of humans gets me down, I have to remember that there is more to this grand universe than our petty squabbles and selfishness. Here is a case in point:
Filed under Ecology, Spirit
The weather is gorgeous here in Atlanta. Here’s some stuff to console you if, like me, you find yourself indoors in such weather.
Turkish Bath in Paphos, Cyprus