Occupy Blogosphere – Thursday, June 7, 2012

Thank you, NASA

for reminding us:

We are the stewards of this magnificence.


Every Thursday

we OCCUPY this space.

We give this planet a shot of

fun, support and positive energy.


Share something you’ve been wanting to tell the world.


Do an Occupy of your own and add a link in comments.


This space thrives on positive material.  Soul Dipper reserves the right to decline any submission that is presented with a flair for the negative, deemed  to be derogatory or could be surmised as slanderous.


Α – Ω

21 thoughts on “Occupy Blogosphere – Thursday, June 7, 2012

  1. Hi Amy,

    This journey was indeed lovely. Ethereal, mystic and holding the capacity to shift our perspective, transform our ” missing the wood for the trees” thoughts. Thank you and God bless you.

    I also take this opportunity of this occupy Blogosphere day to add the link of my new post, ” What if…” whic readers may find interesting.




    • Thanks, Shakti – I’m so glad you added a link to your post. I was going to respond with a couple of sentences. During my time in the Corporate world, especially as manager of Personnel operations, I was endlessly aware of all the ‘latest and greatest’ books on leadership, management, etc. Thus it was very interesting to “hear about” one of the more recent ones. Hope my soapbox isn’t cluttering your comment room! 😀

  2. This is absolutely incredible, Amy! It is exactly how I imagined us ‘Occupiers’ lighting up the planet every Thursday, with our shots of positivity! It’s a truly awesome sight, seen from above and an excellent reminder of why we are continuing to do this, week by week. 🙂

    I’ve posted a YouTube video, which jumped out at me, on facebook, this morning – you can view it here: http://wightrabbit.wordpress.com/2012/06/07

    • Hi Tess! Glad to have your visit. Hope summer is more evident in Wisconsin than it is here. We are in the midst of a grand drizzle, but even when it’s sunny, the Canadian West Coast is unseasonably cool.

    • You know, Charles, I like any experience that helps me imagine being able to flit about with just a thought! However, when I was in our North, I never dreamed I’d be able to see the Northern Lights from ABOVE. Thrilling to see…I could almost hear them crackling.

  3. My dad worked for NASA many years ago and I still can’t wrap my mind around the advances we’ve made in understanding our planet. You’re right, It is magnificient and we’ve got to treat it with respect.

  4. I watched this first this morning, Amy, and Felix was sitting next to me: his eyes boggled! A really extraordinary film, thank you. And now I’m going to show it to Phil…

    • Kate, I’m so pleased you shared it with a young ‘un! That makes it even more worthwhile in sharing it. So…are you going to tell me that Phil named all the countries we saw?? Okay, you helped him! Somehow it wouldn’t surprise me that the two of you would be able to do that!

  5. Wow……fantastic!!!!

    And I really mean FANtastic!
    Ohhhhh…..wait til I show himself!
    It’ll knock his socks off, just like it did mine, no doubt.

    k…….figuratively, that is. It’s summer. Barefoot is a must! 🙂

  6. OH!! Look!! IT POSTED!! Wooooooohoooooo!!!!!
    (been having a bit of an issue with commenting on wordpress web logs for some reason….*grumbling*…..no doubt it’s ME…..)

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