Originally Posted by Pippi It was a dark and windy night, but that was why we went out in the first place. Why would you go out on a night that was still and bright? Therefore, we waited until it was moonless, starless, cloudless, and altogether photonless, with a howling ocean wind screeching past our ears. We put a blindfold over the dog's nose so that she couldn't smell as much, too. We weren't taking chances.
Out we sailed, into the bay and past the islands bordering it, until we reached the last one.
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Beautiful song I heard on the video game Days Gone. Love this game, and the music that comes with it. But this song got me especially. Such powerful and poetic lyrics that speak to meaningful truths.
I have a book of 3000 questions. My friend and I were going through it the other day, and we got this cosmic gem:
"What would you ask the universe?"
Her answer was absolutely amazing. Simple, yet I think most can relate:
The two I thought of at the time were:
"What is your mission to me?"
"What are humans made for?"
The last I thought of recently (and it would probably