Junior Ganymede
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Beauty Everywhere

April 12th, 2017 by G.

You find yourself driving on a nearly featureless, nearly uninhabited plain, with nearly no vegetation. What beauty can there be?

There can be a red sunrise, red like fire, behind you. And in front of you the full moon, bigger than life, sitting on the horizon.

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April 12th, 2017 06:48:11
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Bruce Charlton
April 13, 2017

One of Jos. Campbells nice metaphors was this celestial moment as symbolizing in Jungian-terms the midpoint of life… Age about 35… The sun being the growth and worldliness, and the moon the increasingly spiritual phase leading to death – for a suspended moment both in the sky together.

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