Monthly Archives: January 2015

Shifting Into a Larger Perspective

Note: Since publishing this article, one of its authors, Dena, has come upon information that has caused her to question many of the numbers and assumptions contained here. However, she still aligns with the value of a more informed perspective and a more enlightened consciousness on the Earth plane.

How often do you look up and really consider the sun, moon and stars above you? What’s your place in the grand scheme of things?

We think of the earth as large, and in a relative way, it is. The earth has a circumference of 24,901 miles; it would take a plane around 40 hours to fly all the way around it. However, size is relative; our planet (and perhaps the issues we face here) only appear big until we start considering what’s around and beyond us.

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