NASA invites learners of all ages, including students and teachers who recently returned to the classroom environment, to register for a special event ahead of the upcoming launch of the James Webb Space Telescope. Webb STEAM Day: A Learning Journey Together is a virtual, interactive event that will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. EDT Thursd
NASA invites members of the media to register their interest in attending events in French Guiana ahead of the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope, a mission led by NASA in partnership with the European and Canadian space agencies.
So you’ve watched a few episodes of “Married at First Sight” and you realize the intense fear people feel about dealing with others they are not familiar with. They don’t know what their mate looks like; what they’re mate’s families are like; or how their mate will react to them. It’s nerve wracking and enough to make you become a runaway bride or groom. You generally don’t like the unknown, which is what magick is to some.
It’s not limited to mates alone, but also to new jobs, new schools, new cities, new neighborhoods, new anything. Will you mix in well and find fast friends? Will you like the new surroundings and feel at home? And with magick, the big question is will you be protected from someone else that means you harm? But how would you feel about magick if you knew that It, in and of Itself is Protection?
The other day I read a very enlightening post about the importance of silence in prayers and magickal workings. In this absolutely wonderful piece entitled, “To Know, To Will, To Dare and To Keep Silent” by Estelle Daniels the author outlined what was in her opinion the appropriate steps to successful energy work. I learned about what was possibly delaying some of my requests, that I had released (or so I thought) into the atmosphere.
Despite what Hollywood has attempted to portray, members of the #Pagan community, more specifically practitioners, are generally very nice and loving people. Just so you know energy workers all have the option of getting regular jobs (if they don’t have them already), but instead many of them follow their hearts and callings, risking ostracism from the outside world, to help society and friends — and not for mega bucks. Energy workers need love just like everyone else, but sometimes, those they think are friends are staying close, but not for the reasons they think!