A full moon lunar eclipse has approached--I read about this everywhere online yesterday, from Elsa's blog to the Astro Dispatch, it was the talk of the astro world. Oddly, I didn't get an inkling of what this eclipse might really mean to me. Fortunately (or perhaps unfortunately), I don't have a planet anywhere near the 15 degrees of Capricorn where the eclipse occured. All I know is my head in the clouds. I have enough going on that I don't need to worry about some eclipse anyhow.
I feel like that artist a friend of mine told me about, all he did was paint beautiful pictures of flowers and scenery while in the midst of apartheid. All the other artists created socially influenced works, dominated by the destruction surrounding them. They mocked and shunned the artist for not having a socio-political reaction within his artwork.
Granted, I don't feel mocked or shunned, and if that is ever the case - it's my own doing. But I do feel like I am in the middle of everyone else's hurricane and mine is just a little drizzle.