You can read the full CNN article here:
The article discusses how ‘light pollution’ prevents most of the world from seeing what our grandparents could once see – a much better and more spectacular view of the Milky Way Galaxy (from our corner).
It goes on to talk about how at least once study has demonstrated the damage that this artificial light can do to our human physiology. Apparently, it may prevent us from producing enough Melatonin and may also cause us to produce too much cortisone (and the adverse affects associated with that).
It’s interesting how technology and ‘progress’ are altering the world we live in. Yet, the universe out there beyond us is quite a bit older than our little Earth. I find it much more interesting to ponder what is out there and what is going on out there. It’s a vast, immense space, and I’m quite sure there are other civilizations and lives out there.
Yet, this isn’t something that people talk about. We are consumed by our little lives here and the things we pursue. How many of us routinely wonder if we SHOULD be pursuing the things we do.
In the human race’s vast pursuit of various things, we may have left a few things behind that we would do well to remember. Basic goodness comes to mind.
When I watch the intrigues, tricks and fighting of today’s political parties and individuals, it doesn’t make me feel good.
Beyond that, the basic way people treat each other in every day life is also horrendous. It scares me, quite frankly. It’s ugly. People cheat each other for whatever they think they can get.
The tricks are hidden. They are not out in the open. But is the end result, almost the same as physical violence? Someone takes and someone loses.
I can’t help but thinking that one of those more advanced civilizations out there in this vast universe has it figured out in a way that we can only dream of.
Our society is almost ruthless.
Agree or disagree? Sound of below.
PS: I always recommend the book Zhuan Falun which is available for free download at https://FalunDafa.org – Likely the very best book I can recommend to you.