Still Living (Out of Body). Universe expanding
As the life escaping me
Becomes a memory
But I’m still living.
Alone in suspension
Consumed by the moments
With the loved and the lost ones
But I’m still living.
I’m still living
Just out of body
What’s left of me
Happy Earth Day
A view of the Apollo 11 lunar module "Eagle" as it returned from the surface of the moon to dock with the command module "Columbia". A smooth mare area is visible on the Moon below and a half-illuminated Earth hangs over the horizon. The lunar module ascent stage was about 4 meters across. Command module pilot Michael Collins took this picture just before docking at 21:34:00 UT (5:34 p.m. EDT) 21 July 1969. (Apollo 11, AS11-44-6642)
🌖 Американские архитекторы разработали проект постоянного поселения на Луне.
«Лунную деревню» хотят построить в кратере Шелдон на Южном полюсе спутника. Преимущество такого расположения — постоянное солнечное освещение на протяжении всего лунного года.
Освещение будут использовать для сельского хозяйства и производства электроэнергии. Также из подземных ледников будут добывать воду для производства кислорода и ракетного топлива. 🚀
Проект состоит из соединенных между собой модулей, защищенных оболочками, которые выдерживают большое внутреннее давление, экстремальные температуры, проникновение лунной пыли и космической радиации. ...
How our lives look right now are a sum of all of the decisions that we have ever made. The decisions that we have made have always been made in our own best interests, but many decisions are made from a place of fear. Not that we knew that, not that we acknowledged it, but usually a place of safety, creation of safety for ourselves or for a sense of belonging and maybe approval. Sometimes we are influenced by social norms, try to fit in and we even convince ourselves that we want those things.
How often do we start with a blank piece of paper and ask ourselves ‘what do we want in our lives if we could have anything, experience anything, feel anything?’ At first the answers will be safety and control. As humans we really like that. Our comfort zones feel safe and we only occasionally venture to the edge of it. We will really believe that we want safety and control. Until something happens that rocks our worlds a little, changes our perspective. At that point we can review what we want in our lives and start to find that we don’t ‘need’ anything really but if we can be still enough, our best selves are waiting to come through. There is a real energy that lies underneath all of the wants of belonging and safety that will allows us to be the best versions of ourselves. It takes courage.
Courage to be vulnerable. Courage to change direction, listen to the energy to hear and believe that there is something bigger than ourselves which can guide us, of which there is a calling to be the truest versions of ourselves. Inspired by @brenebrown , its is true that there is not courage without vulnerability. If we are lucky enough we find some people that we can be our true selves with, reveal our fears and speak our truths. Navigate the hardest bits, not go round them or hide them. To move forward in our one lives we have the chance to have courage, but we also have to be vulnerable, as you can’t have courage without uncertainty, risk or chance of failure. The precious connections who allow us to be vulnerable and still champion us are the people who we need by our sides. ...