Seeing in the Dark

We are the living links in a life force that moves and plays around and through us, binding the deepest soils with the farthest stars. — Alan Chadwick

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Inspiration of the Day:
A visually stunning ode to time, music, and the stars, Timothy Ferris’ film “Seeing in the Dark” celebrates the wonders of stargazing — from kids learning the constellations to amateur astronomers doing professional-grade research in discovering planets and exploding stars. Here, Ferris reflects on the PBS film, which features never-before seen astronomical photography and special effects. “Our aim was not just to inform our viewers (although we hope we’ve done that) but to incite them to get outside at night and have a look for themselves. After all, the point of stargazing is not just to see things as other have seen them, but to have an original and memorable experience all your own — even if you cannot describe it all.”
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Be The Change:
Do some star-gazing tonight, reflecting on the vastness and beauty of nature.

**Share A Reflection**
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