"You have felt like you are chasing your tail, looking at this option, then that option. This indecisiveness is exhausting you, dear one! The reason that you're confused is that you do not have enough information to make an informed decision. Your choices appear too similar right now, but once you conduct additional research, your decision will become more clear.
First begin by asking God and the angels to energy your dreams and give you more information. Then, all your feelings to give you guidance. This means imagining what it would feel like to make this decision. Then imagine what it would feel like to make the other choice. Go deep within, and notice how your body reacts as you try on the different options. If your gut or jaw tightens, this is a sign that something isn't right. If your heart flutters with warmth, this is a sign that you are on the right path. Before making your final decision, seek the counsel of wise friends and teachers whose experience and intuition can guide you."
In the wake of a hurricane,
Dark skin of a summer shade,
Nose dive in the flood lines,
Tall tower of milk crates,
It's the same way you showed me
Cannonball off the porch side,
Older kids trying off the roof,
Just the same way you showed me (you showed)
If you could die and come back to life
Up for air from the swimming pool
You'd kneel down to the dry land
Kiss the Earth that birthed you
Gave you tools just to stay alive
And make it out when the sun is ruined;
That's the same way you showed me,
You showed me love;
Glory from above
Regard me dear;
It's all downhill from here.
Hey there, I’m Jon Canning (@canning87) and I’ll be taking over the Universe Today account today. I’m from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada but I’m currently living in Fernie, British Columbia to expand my photography skills. I’m an avid timelapser and film most of my content while backcountry camping throughout the summer. This means I hike around with a tent, sleeping bag, basic necessities and all my camera gear loaded into a backpack in an attempt to capture spots no one has filmed before.
This clip was taken in Fernie, British Columbia, Canada last summer while I was camping with a few buddies. Prior to the trip, I scouted a logging road that climbed up into the alpine valley of Mt Hosmer. There was a new moon on that night and we were in a zone with absolutely no light pollution. The street lights of Fernie were obscured behind Mt Hosmer, allowing us to watch the Milky Way make it’s way across the valley we had driven up. Slowly after I set up the time-lapse, a thick cloud of fog rolled in and coated the lens and camera in dew, rendering the rest of the clip useless. From there I decided it was best used as a boomerang-like clip that would show our campfire flickering under the countless stars above.
You can see more of my work on Facebook Page: Iridium Imagery or on my instagram @canning87
This was shot on a Canon 6D, Rokinon 14mm @ f/2.8 and controlled by a @syrp_ Genie Mini.
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