Solar eclipse

Yesterday, one of the longest solar eclipses for a long time was visible in Asia.  The moon moved in front of the sun for over 6 minutes and the world was plunged into premature darkness.  People watched in awe as they have for as long as man has walked this planet.

However, this eclipsing of the sun; the turning out of our main source of illumination allows us to see things in a different light.  During this financial upheaval and the ensuing economic chaos many have had their smooth progress arrested and been forced to question what they are doing and how they are planning to achieve it.

It appears there are a lot of people about now who are questioning their assumptions, their methods and perhaps even their goals.  In these topsy-turvy times, we are being invited to review and reconsider what we are doing, the lights have been temporarily dimmed and we are offer a different perspective; we can see and follow lesser, less dazzling lights.

I’d be interested to hear if you have been experiencing any of this and what you have done about it.

It’s only during an eclipse that the Man in the Moon has a place in the sun”

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