10 April 2020 🔗
Paying attention to the moon phases gives me something to keep track of and helps me think in terms of circular time.
And seeing it up on the sky and thinking about how long it’s been up there and how many generations have looked at it always tends to throw my measly problems into perspective.
I actually used to do this in my daily Field Notes pages, everyday drawing a little moon and filling it in. Ironically, I would do it in the morning, based on an app, rather than gaze at the stars every night to see where the moon was at. Function of the times and my laziness I guess.