Gaia

Slow Breathing… Very Slow.

Ah, the sun.

Here, you can see it leaving its molten body for a day in the sky. The colour shift indicates a change in mood.

It’s not that at night it sinks back in, yet the next day it breathes out again.

And again.

And its fire?  Why yes.

Note the change of mood by mid-day.

 

So, now you know how clouds are formed. I hope no-one told you they were water.

Really, that would be too bad.

If you think this post was poetic, please remember that to live on Earth as Earth’s people, we must relearn to live on Earth as Earth’s people. It’s a big change, but worth it.

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