Artemis

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“Artemis”  |  Anthony Satori

“Isn’t it astonishing that all these secrets [of nature] have been preserved for so many years just so we could discover them?”

— Orville Wright, co-inventor of the first airplane. (1903)

Nature holds so many wonderful mysteries.  It’s like a giant cosmic Easter Egg hunt that has been carefully set in place for us to enjoy, and I picture a benevolent Creator just sitting back and watching, with pleasure and pride, as we seek — and gradually discover — the endless gifts and surprises that have been hidden for us throughout nature, around the universe, and even within our own souls.

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Historical Note:  This week marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, which sent two American astronauts to walk on the moon for the first time in human history.  Just this week, as well, a brand new mission has been announced by NASA, scheduled to return humans to the moon by 2024.  This new mission is called Artemis.  In Greek mythology, Artemis is the godess of wilderness, exploration, archery, and the moon.  She is also the twin sister of Apollo.