Wonder Upon a Star
As a warm front spreads across Ohio, it’s fascinating how our imaginations then begin to warm to ideas in our minds of the seemingly unthinkable. A strange sensation for sure, but it’s true. Before stepping down into my car to pick-up a pizza for dinner yesterday evening, I found myself gazing up at the crystal clear night sky that was illuminated by an infinite portrait of shining stars. The sight was utterly spectacular. There was not a cloud on the horizon in any direction, a first in what seemed like in months.
It was a feeling of things boundlessly opened up.
On this Friday (which carries with it no special meaning), this blog implores you to think with no limits. Look up and see and touch no ceiling.
Last night, in the few seconds of staring into the heavens, this video instantly started playing in my head. Thankfully, it won’t be the last time.
Only 244 days left until we all travel into the stars with Interstellar.
“For my part I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of the stars makes me dream”
–Vincent Van Gogh
Posted on March 7, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged "Interstellar", Christopher Nolan, dreaming, entertainment, Hollywood, imagination, Matthew McConaughey, movie, movie trailer, popular culture, science fiction, space, stars, time travel, video clip, Vincent Van Gogh, wisdom, wormholes. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.