Of note: Earth is about 4.54 billion years old (1) and our “Anatomically Modern Homo Sapiens” are about 140-300 thousand years old (2). The ‘three-seconds’ mentioned in the haiku is a general estimate. Our Earth: https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/earth/overview/ (this is very cool). Advertisements
Sit with a view to enjoy the sunrise and set the mood for your day.
The nature of love is as wild and untamed as the jungle creatures.
The love you have for your family must translate into Earth,s future.
Nature dazzles us with such beauty: tonight’s the meteor shower. Today and tomorrow are the days to see the Perseid Meteor Shower. So go outside, look up and to the East. Also, the meteors streaming through the sky are best seen just before sunrise, i.e., 2 hours before. Ok… Be …
August air is the fire-flicker and flame-dance of radiating heat.
I didn’t wake up early; I’ve been up all night, but oh–The Sunrise.
Nature pushes the limits if given the chance. Do you do the same?