Right: Allegorical Portrait of Urania, Muse of Astronomy by a Follower of Louis Tocqué (1696–1772)
The Celts May have initiated the word around the need for trade. The Latin cambiare refers to the barter system.
We are indeed in a state of innovation and variation to evolve.
Unity beyond polarity is, I believe the ultimate goal.
It could be that war and the news, increases our empathy for those we don’t know. It could also be that deciphering our inner dark doubts is replaced by attempting to rationalize the process of the collective. The old saying “charity begins at home” is not enough when the change and chaos within each of us would rather contemplate the horrors of the extended world dilemma.
After a fearful experience we tend to want to be extreme in our process to remedy it. The endless amount of information we intake from the ethers is distracting but as a reminder, perhaps quite soothing.
How much can human nature actually change? We extend boundaries and suffer with the enormity of the dilemma of others.
Questions about race, sex and morality can expose rigidity but can they accept the myriad of many conflicting truths?
Perhaps things, objects, cars, houses and hotels can broaden the imagination, but the chemistry and psyche inherent in us may not always be so accepting. If you can have anything you want, you might find it less desirable.
The race to find total equilibrium is like the carrot on the stick to the donkey.
Most of us experience failure that comes from over stimulation. If we take a step back and recreate a passion that is idealistically suited to our firm faith in the divine, we can reinvent anything.
Urania and her grandfather Uranus were the heavenly ones who represented the stars.
As one of the Muses, Urania inspires us to dream. Uranus is more electric and eclectic, the blue light that is constantly in our lives is the color of the planet. We could say the universal changes we experience come often through the erratic enlightenment of this deity.