We Should Sing Hallelujah far more than we are every day. For there is so much to be thankful for, for our world is littered with beauty.

We lose track of the greatness of life that surrounds and protects us.  Why because we worry, we get lost in the darkness of the world.  Light and Life are the essence of true awareness, consciousness, and spirituality.  If we truly are supposed to be the multifaceted eyes of Heaven, seeking PEACE, LOVE, AND UNDERSTANDING in this Chaotic world, the focus should not always be on what isn’t working but on the greater experiences we all share of what does work in our plethora of collective humane experiences, that are only felt in the knowledge, understanding, and deep integrity of who we are as a species in this greater matrix of expanded Life and Experience, that exists at the far reaches of the galaxy in its Cosmic Greatness, there at the heart of our small Galaxy we call the Milky Way, locked in an SUPERInteractive expanded Universe of trillions of other galaxies we might perceive.  Then we can truly explore the depth and Power of the experience of that small local group of 54 galaxies that make up our expanded neighborhood of Cosmic Perception/Consciousness that we all can perceive with the right equipment of super long distance telescopes we were able to build.  And then there’s  the Hubble Telescope that continues it orbit around our tiny beautiful blue ball of a planet.  Hubble is there in Low Earth Orbit, which continues its journey around our planet at approximately 569 Kilometer from the surface of the earth, or 340 miles Altitude, which is the most perfect eyeglass viewing human piece of machinery our species has ever created.  With minimally negligible atmospheric interference, it sees farther than we will ever be able to see into the vast Universe of Emptiness, able to focus on such distant objects with a clarity never before seen by human eyes. The farthest distance we can see through its eyes, are approaching 10-15 billion light-years.  The Center of our Galaxy is almost 100,000 light years from us.  A light year is the distance we can see of the time is takes Light moving at 186,000 miles/second to us for us to see, or 300,000 km/sec.  An earth year is about 31,536,000 seconds.  A light year distance is about 5.865696 X 10 to the 12th miles.  or 9.4608 by 10 to the 12th Kilometers. Now you multiple that by another 1 by 10 to the 6th Light Years, making the total distance to Our Galactic Center to be 5.865696 by 10 to the 18th miles, or 9.4608 by 10 to the 18th Kilometers.  And you Get a rather small distance compared to the greatest distance the Hubble Telescope can see, which is 10 – 15 by 10 to the 9th Light years, or pushing the farthest distance we can see using the Hubble Telescope is 9.4608 by 10 to the 21st power of Kilometers away, or 5.865696 by 10 to the 21st Power of miles.  Here is what these large number look like for our tiny brain to perceive; Ready?  in miles:  5,865,696,000,000,000,000,000 miles away, in kilometers, 9,460,800,000,000,000,000,000 kilometers away.  The closest Galaxy to our Milky Way Galaxy is the Dwarf Galaxy Canis Major at a 179,000 Light years from us or  1.04996 by 10 to the 18th Power of Miles from us.  This is something to sing Hallelujah about, ie. the Super Greatness of this known Universe we live in together with how many other perhaps million or more humanoid species that may have evolved to the point of experiencing the intelligence that our Brain’s seemed to have organically developed over 200,000 years.  So when we look at Dwarf Galaxy Canis Major, 179,000 Light years from us, what we are actually seeing is a light picture we call a galaxy with billions of Starts in it like our Sun, that existed almost as long as our species has taken to evolutionarily develope over 200,000 years.  Now this is something to Sing Hallelujah about.  So I ask you, take a moment and listen to these different renditions of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah and help me decided which ones are the best ones, to look at.

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