Kwomais Point Park an eagle watched the pre-sunset sky.
Clouds rolled lazily over the darkening sea. I wondered if the bird was as spellbound as I was by the grandeur before us.
The horizon was just beginning to turn a rosy hue and infinity stretched out far beyond our view. I thought of the Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield who until recently gazed at earth's sky from his perch in a spacecraft. His fascinating journey increased the wonder most of us share when we stare at the sky.
Ray Bradbury once said, "We are an impossibility in an impossible universe.”
It seems marvelous yet unbelievable to me that random specks of improbable life can not only witness, ponder and explore but also inwardly soar when awestruck by what it sees.
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