There rests her inner child asleep
A young girl of imagination now grown
Yet in remembrance of all ever known
She is spirit free of confine
Reminding me of liberation mine
Ever embracing, discovering, initiating a knowing wise
Understanding those who may beckon demise
And so in joyful encounter she chooses to be
And awakened remains lovingly present within me.
Rose Marie Raccioppi
Young Girl Holding a Doll, Oil on canvas, Fritz Zuber-Buhler, Swiss, 1822-1896
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MOON AT APOGEE
Sunday, December 20, 2009
The Moon is at its greatest distance from Earth during this orbit.
Its distance will be 251,552 miles.
Compare this value to the average distance of 238,857 miles.
Monday, December 21, 2009
THE DECEMBER SOLSTICE
12:47 p.m. EST