Lightly child, lightly.

Nothing ever done.

Sure, sure, sure.

Today I will walk in the sun.

I will simply walk in the sun.

~ Charles Bukowski, from “a letter to Ann Bauman,“ Screams From The Balcony: Selected Letters 1960 – 1970


Notes:

  • Photo: The Sun, as of May 13, 2017 (via Nasa.gov).
  • Quote & Photo Source: Thank you Dan @ Your Eyes Blaze Out.
  • Prior “Lightly child, lightly” Posts? Connect here.
  • Post Title & Inspiration: Aldous Huxley: “It’s dark because you are trying too hard. Lightly child, lightly. Learn to do everything lightly. Yes, feel lightly even though you’re feeling deeply. Just lightly let things happen and lightly cope with them.”

Comments

  1. let the rest go –

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  2. Wow, that’s a very calm sun – no sun spots or flares or anything. What kind of image is it?

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    • No idea. It was a wow for me too. If you click image it takes you to source.

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    • Christie says:

      Great image, think we might see the sun today!! I think that perhaps “Greg Camp” must have read those words of “Charles Bukowski”. “Greg Camp” ” is an American Grammy Award-nominated songwriter, guitarist, and vocalist. He is best known as the founding guitarist and songwriter for the rock band Smash Mouth. (1994–2008, 2009–2011)[1][2] Camp is credited as the primary songwriter,[1] whose songs helped to catapult the band to acclaim with hit songs, awards, and multi-platinum albums.[3] Camp left Smash Mouth after 16 years and has remained an active songwriter and music producer to date.[3]” *via of Wikipedia*
      This song I love because it has a good beat, is fun, the video is campy like a throwback to 1960’s Beach movies and it sounds like a harpsichord is playing on the track reminding me of “The Adams Family”
      Hope you enjoy Smash Mouth’s hit fro 1997 “Walkin’ on the Sun”, “its a love attack…you might as well be walkin’ on the sun”…

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  3. Exhale, just exhale. ☺☺

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  4. Christie says:

    http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/phenomena/coronal-mass-ejections

    http://smei.ucsd.edu/
    The Solar Mass Ejection Imager (SMEI) site at NSO offers whole-sky images and animations from the SMEI instrument on-board the Coriolis spacecraft perhaps the Data and Images Tab might glean some photos?

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  5. Sometimes that’s all we need to do ☀️🌞

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