Monday, October 27, 2008

A Measure of Darkness

Even a happy life cannot be
without a measure of darkness,
and the word happy would
lose its meaning if it were
not balanced by sadness.

It is far better to take things as
they come along
with patience and equanimity.

Carl Jung

Of Note: Crisis--Equilibrium--Liberation. It is the story of Humanity and its lively evolutionary cycles. This truth is richly illustrated by this ominously dark contrasted by brilliantly lit sunset photo taken by Marie recently from her backyard in Texas.

Today's Weather Report: Can be summed up in two words, snow flurries. Janice Dean at Fox News said that a cold front is bringing lake effect snow to northern Wisconsin, which occurs when cold air travels over the warmer waters of the Great Lakes and brings snow to the areas south and east of the lakes. Michigan is going to get belted as well with Lake Michigan lake effect snow. For northern Wisconsin, this is not a problem once Lake Superior freezes over--usually in December. But if it doesn't freeze over, lake effect snow can continue all winter.

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