A Tale of Two Moons

Last Update: July 06, 2020

I wrote a blog about the moon in June. If you have not read it, you can read it here.

The effects are still here in July.

In just one night, we caught the following breath taking views.

Colin Ferrell describes it best in his quote,

"I’ve never seen a moon in the sky that, if it didn’t take my breath away, at least misplaced it for a moment."


Wherever you are, take time to look at the moon. It may inspire you in some ways.

What does the moon have to do with WA?

In WA, in business and whatever you do, just remember to...

"Aim for the moon. If you miss, you may hit a star."

– W. Clement Stone

Inspiration and motivation are the fuel for business success.

Wish you a moon inspired Tuesday!



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roysinOnline Premium
I have been looking at the moon these last days as well. It is a fascinating object. Since I was a kid I have always been an astronomy and spaceflight nerd.

I actually remember sitting in front of the TV watching when they went to the moon with Apollo 11, even if I was only 4 years old!
I also wanted to be an astronaut, but then again who didn´t?

I tried, but I didn´t reach up to the top levels needed to be considered as a candidate.
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Stanleycmng Premium
That is great. Thanks for sharing. 👍🏼
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gnoose Premium
When I was a kid, I used to watch the moon and follow the astronauts. I would lie in bed staring at the moon hoping to get a glimpse of the men as they hopped around up there. Never did see them of course, but in my minds eye I did. Thanks for a great post Stanley.

Greg
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Stanleycmng Premium
Some good memories... Greg. 👍🏼
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LisaBusche Premium
We saw the moon come up on the 4th of July and the fireworks around it looked majestic. Huge moon! We also so some interesting "lights". They weren't fireworks- we were thinking maybe floating lanterns or some drones. They passed right in front of the fireworks, but went in a straight line. I thought maybe they were planes, but no sound but the boom of fireworks. There were 7 of them. 1 came by itself, but then a group of 3 came and passed and another group of 3. Strange, but interesting.
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Stanleycmng Premium
Very cool. Share photos if you got them.
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ffjeffjack Premium
Very thought provoking. Thank you for the inspiration!
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Stanleycmng Premium
You are welcome, Jeffrey.
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Tirolith Premium
I have hundreds of photos of the moon rising over the range where I live in Australia.

“Follow the Sun and leave the Shadows of Negative Hell behind by Being Positive.” Tom Short.

Tom.
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Stanleycmng Premium
I am sure Australia have lots of interesting moon images. As a large continent the environment would be different and unique.
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