Re: Outer and Inner meditations on Schooling
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Stephen Hale" <sardisian01@...>
> Now maybe Dottie read this description; maybe not. And by postingHarangues are not by their very nature boring. A repetitive harangue
> diagrams to go along with the discourse, maybe this helped; maybe
> not. But it is my assessment that *here* is the place to get what
> is needed for the future. A_T is a harangue, and what a burdensome
> bore that is. Right folks?
could certainly become a burden though and so I wonder if your
assessment of this list isn't predicated on the fact that the harangue
in question is someone else's burden.
- --- In email@example.com, "carynlouise24"
> This is quite poetic Steve; it's like the Phoenix rising from the
> ashes! We may consider Saint John the Eagle rising from the winter
> sting of the Scorpion into the Eagle of summer ...
> Then again we may also consider the Earth is awake in winter and
> sleeping in summer - so it may be the other way around!
> Yes, I do remember the lunar eclipse on the 20th February when the
> Sun ate the Moon! Also still curious about seeing Saturn on the
> right and you saw it on the left - although a later picture
> it to be on the right.My experience of the Lunar Eclipse of 2/20/08 was that it was the
> Interesting about Mars hey - the land is jelly-like substance -
> suppose the astronauts have to have special boots made to walk on
converse! The Earth ate the Moon; which really means that the moon
gave a nod to the fact that the earth beholds the "earthshine" when
in the shadow zone.
Every so often, the moon gives an objective proof of this. It is
called a lunar eclipse.