We do have forever. It’s just that “forever” doesn’t describe us. (If you can imagine it, you’ve “got” it, right?)
We don’t have all day. We don’t have yesterday. We only have right now.
I’d like to see the occasional millions of clouded yellow butterflies when they migrate across the the English channel into Britain!
My wall calendar says today is November 31. (True!)
Now I don’t know which day it is I don’t have.
Maybe your calendar was compiled in another political entity. One that marks time by the stars. Or something.
If you were to go where you could see the butterflies, Pacific Grove or Santa Cruz, CA, you could also go whale watching. Do both in one weekend.
A question. What is the most impressive and beautiful natural phenomenon? For me there is a clear answer: a solar eclipse with the polar aurora being a close second.
This is getting old, fast.
“Is there any money riding on my answer? If not, what’s the rush?”
Easier to see a whale than a million butterflies.
July 31, 2013