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-Isms: View on life in rural America

 

April 16, 2020



The other morning, a Cheshire cat moon hung in the sky. Its typically upturned smile cast sideways - resembling a frown - brought thoughts of 9/11 to mind.

A similar-looking moon floated in the sky as twilight neared on that September evening in 2001. The world turned upside down that day, chaos on Earth.

The ancients believed celestial elements mirrored what was happening on firm ground. If they are correct, on Sept. 11, the heavens cried at the destruction occurring on U.S. soil.

Are the heavens weeping for the world as this pandemic disrupts life as we know it?

In 2001, once shock morph...



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