Sunday, January 15, 2006

Hitting the great wad of air that surrounds our planet at a sharp angle, the sun light travels through more air at sunrise and sunset than it does in the middle of the day. Things often look special and magical at the first and last light in a way they don't in mid-day light. Details easy to ignore at noon can seem alive and filled with hope of healing for us all at sunrise, sunset.

If it weren't for the right amount of air with the right mixture of gases, the sun would not be our friend We wouldn't be here. The light is more likely to look magic to us when it's spent more time in the magic air that makes our live and details possible.