Timing’s everything. The vapor rises high in the sky, tossing to and fro, then freezes, suddenly, and crystalizes into a perfect flake of miraculous snow. For countless miles, drifting east above the world, whirling about in a swirling free- for-all, appearing aimless, just like love, but sensing, seeking out, its destiny. Falling to where the two young skaters stand, hand in hand, then flips and dips and whips itself about to ever-so-gently ...
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- Editor’s Note
Issue 40: The best worst solar storm, hurricanes’ gifts, and a “spiritual Fitbit.” /
- The Week the Sun Reached Out and Touched Us
The Carrington Flare happened at the last moment humanity could collectively appreciate it. /
- Why I Thank God for Hurricanes
The natural disasters don’t simply destroy life. They make the world a better place. /
- Inside the ‘Spiritual Fitbit’
Can an app measure how close you feel to God? Can it get you closer? /
- Wonder on the Web
Issue 40: Links to amazing stuff.
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