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April 25, 2008


Mrs Green

You've shared some gorgeous pictures this week. I think the one that struck me most was of the 'tiny dot' called earth with the sun streaming through it.

I was reflecting on that image when I was sitting outside last night - how we really are this tiny, 'insignificant' dot in the grand scheme of things.

It was particularly sobering to think of our lives in this way when we take everything so seriously. We are so powerful in many ways, yet so tiny really :)

Al Tepper

Yeah the pale blue dot is fantastic. Think about it the next time you look at an ant or amoeba or a speck of dust.

I recommend reading Carl Sagan's book of the same name...fabulous stuff!



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