THE STORY OF JONATHAN LIVINGSTONE SEAGULL"Jonathan Livingston Seagull", written by Richard Bach, is the story of a seagull who is bored with the daily squabbles over food. Seized by a passion for flight, he pushes himself, learning everything he can about flying, until finally his unwillingness to conform results in his expulsion from his flock. An outcast, he continues to learn, becoming increasingly pleased with his abilities as he leads an idyllic life. One day, he is met by two gulls who take him to a "higher plane of existence" in that there is no heaven but a better world found through perfection of knowledge, where he meets other gulls who love to fly. Jonathan befriends the wisest gull in this new place, named Chiang, who takes him beyond his previous learning, teaching him how to move instantaneously to anywhere else in the Universe. The secret is to "begin by knowing that you have already arrived." Jonathan returns to Earth to find others like him, to bring them his learning and to spread his love for flight.
On a flight from mainland Europe to North America passengers will struggle to find even the slightest indication that Greenland might live up to its promising name. An area 14 times the size of England is covered with ice.
feel nature with photographhy. ... Nature Photography. Sunday, September 2, 2012. Beauty of Rain Drops... These photos were captured after heavy rains.Look at the beauty of rain drops.It is fascinating to watch.
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When the first settlers reached Ireland some 9,000 years ago, they set foot on an island that was sculpted over hundreds and thousands of years by the tremendous power of the advance and retreat of the arctic ice-shield.
To download this video file go to: svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/goto?11095 On August 31, 2012 a long filament of solar material that had been hovering in the sun's atmosphere, the corona, erupted out into space at 4:36 p.m.