39 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You a Question – 4/18/18

    1. Ah, I couldn’t agree more. I’m a huge cetacean lover, and I think that they’re one of the most underestimated creatures on the planet. I adopted an orca last year! xx

      1. Haha it’s a well recommended organisation that uses the money to protect them in their natural habitat. I hope that the Arctic Ocean is a big enough pool for them! 🙂

      2. Ha! I figured. Since you’re new to me, I’ll forewarn you: I’m generally a bit of a smartass. That’s fantastic, by the way. I’m all for any organization that helps protect the sea and its inhabitants. No oceans, no life. 😊

    2. I agree. It is fascinating that each time there is a tsunami, some creature washes up on shore that no human has ever seen before. We have only investigated 5% of the ocean!

  1. Consciousness of beauty

    “Between the eyes and ears there lie
    The sounds of color and the light of a sigh
    And to hear the sun, what a thing to believe
    But it’s all around if we could but perceive
    To know ultra violet, infra-red and X-rays
    Beauty to find in so many ways” — The Moody Blues

      1. And, it is a mystery that philosophers have debated for millennia, and more recently psychologists and neurologists – what is beautiful and how is it that we recognize it. To paraphrase Warren McCulloch:

        What is Beauty that a human may know it, and what is a human that they may know beauty?

  2. The human species. No other species on this planet has the incredible capacity we do yet, more often than not, we choose to sink to our lowest possible vibrations and act out of jealousy, hate, anger, fear and judgment. Instead of lifting each other up and raising the planets vibration we find the smallest difference and create a reason to divide.

  3. The fact that planet Earth is still here and still spinning around the sun. There have been ice ages, and tropical ages , extinctions, rebirths and through it all the planet is still spinning and still revolving round the sun.

      1. The fact that it continues to happen, the fact that it began at the specified tilt and its proximity to the sun, any closer or further it would be impossible to support life… The fact that the Sun’s flares haven’t wiped us off of it. That after us trying to blow people off the face of it hasn’t pushed it out of place. And for supposedly millions of years the energy that set it spinning hasn’t dissipated.

      2. It’s such a precarious balance that I don’t think that most people contemplate how exact it is. So precious and tenuous. Topics like that make me feel for sure that there’s a Creator to all of this, it couldn’t just be happenstance.

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