Skip to comments.Let The Sun Shine
Posted on 04/09/2021 5:51:24 AM PDT by NOBO2012
Today is hard, tomorrow will be worse, but the day after tomorrow will be sunshine.
Were we not to take it for granted it would seem a miracle, the sun - glowing, growing, lighting, warming.
Every day, a new sunrise.
And everyday, just as reliably, sunset.
So the cycle can start over again; God’s gift to earth.
Sometimes you’re heading into the daybreak.
Just as often you catch day’s end in your rearview mirror.
But what we know intuitively is that the sun is our friend. It warms the earth that grows the food that provides us sustenance. And now it seems it kills the pathogens that seek to harm us: Could Sunshine Help Us Survive Covid? Answer, Yes. UVA rays can release skin chemical that stops deadly virus from spreading, scientists say.
So I for one wish to hear no more about “global warming” from the ass-clowns who believe that the gradually increasing level of a trace atmospheric gas (CO2, currently about 0.04% of the atmosphere) is going to bring about world climate doom in anywhere between 10 and a hundred years from now. If anyone is going to do that it is the aforementioned climate-clowns seeking to end the use of fossil fuels among other idiotic ideas to “save the planet.”
Let the sun shine, let the sun shine in.
Be glad that it does, and pray that it doesn’t decide to go on hiatus because that, that would be an actual climate disaster.
Posted from: MOTUS A.D.
Good words serving to point out at least one of the many things that are right in this world. Also points out at least one of the things we need have little worry about. When the time comes that the sunlight & CO2 become big problems, then we will have much bigger things to worry about.
wonderful encouraging photos
There are reasons our ancestors worshiped thee Sun.
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