Feelings across the universe

A wonderful, thoughtful post from Learning from Dogs solicits a magical, memorable quote from Sue:

One click leads to another then another LOL

and demonstrates the marvel of serendipitous connectivity that caused me to be looking at this video clip at this point, and take a snapshot.

A graph showing how the public's perception of the concensus on climate change peaks at 30-40% and comparing this with the number of climate change scientists, which is 97%.

Learning from Dogs

If you can’t feel it, you can’t write it!

This saying was offered in a creative writing class that Jean and I attended when we were living in Payson, Arizona.  It came to me spontaneously as I started today’s post.  Because feeling what is going on around us is the only way to write it, to share it, to bring it to the attention of all.

These are tough times for so many that love the world around us and having the odd weep is a perfectly rational, and healthy, thing to happen.

So as you listen to the following just feel it. And if a tear comes to your eye … embrace it.

Hopefully, you listened to the full seven minutes before reading on!  Because to end the post at this point would be to leave out some great connections.

The first being that the inspiration for today’s post…

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About pendantry

Phlyarologist (part-time) and pendant. Campaigner for action against anthropogenic global warming (AGW) and injustice in all its forms. Humanist, atheist, notoftenpist. Wannabe poet, writer and astronaut.
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One Response to Feelings across the universe

  1. Thanks for the mention Pendantry! 🙂 I hope you enjoyed your own weekend. Mine was almost Click free! 🙂


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