Category Archives: Natural beauty

1 in 1,000,000,000,000,000

I am fascinated by the universe. I am fascinated by the billions upon trillions of stars and galaxies out there and the unfathomable distances between everything. I am fascinated by the stars burning so bright that we can see them … Continue reading

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What’s inside a black hole?

Scientists have discovered that in photographing a black hole, which we can now do, it is possible to glimpse the entire universe bent into bands around it. Here on our tiny little planet earth, a black hole of despair has … Continue reading

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Just outside my door

I went for a short walk this morning just a little ways outside my house. I breathed in the crisp fresh air. No coronavirus there. I felt the warm sun radiate on my face contrasting with the cold air all … Continue reading

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Beautiful words

Shari, one of our Catch readers, commented that she is currently in a book club that is reading the book, A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline. It’s a historical novel based on the life and times of … Continue reading

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Clothed with gladness

The grasslands of the desert overflow;           the hills are clothed with gladness. The meadows are covered with flocks           and the valleys are mantled with grain;           … Continue reading

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