Another whirl around the sun? Happy New Solar Cycle. For some strange reason the West calibrates the new year a few days after the Winter Solstice, while in the East they play it even more conservative and wait for the last year's moon to abate and then one lunar cycle afterwards. But if you wanna get on the early bird special, you can celebrate the New Year on the solstice. Basically the Year of the Snake has already started to pass and will finally end on the second New/Empty Moon of 2014.
The New Year may end on December 31 but in the cosmic gravitational dance between the Sun and Earth, the cycle has passed that highlight or rather 'lowlight' level. And light has over come darkness, at least in the Northern Hemisphere.
What better way to celebrate another twirl around a star than with perhaps the best American Baby Film Look Who's Talking. Look Who's Talking 1989 stars loopy stars who rise, fall, and rise. John Travolta and Christie Alley have an almost human like star power trajectory whose careers bounce up and down, like the rest of us. From Cheers, to Star Trek, Saturday Night Fever, Pulp Fiction, and Dancing with Stars - Travolta and Alley illustrate the power of not giving up, and riding out the ups and downs of life.
Since much of the film takes place in NYC, in taxi cab, we get to see a lot of random flags, and of course the US flag.
Amazing thing is that a baby born right now at this moment and at least for the next twenty years is synchronized to the initial opening of the movie back in 1989. The babies must be born from mothers who are 24 years old. Thus any woman born in 1989 is also carrying eggs that formed when Look Who's Talking was initially released. Humans as eggs might seem weird, but in this film it was a funny and essential component. Likewise an awesome song followed this movie. Enjoy, and Happy New Solar Cycle!
What a great song to start the New Year!!
As Mr. Purdy says if you do things for the right reason and intention this is what you get: