This all is especially apparent when our artificial systems, such as the calendar in this case, bump up against nature's own grand clockwork. Take the Blue Moon for instance. When two full moons occur in the same month, the second is called a Blue Moon. It's really nothing special astronomically, but we take note because its a rarity when measured against our all-important life-driving wall clocks.
The Blue Moon dates for the next 25 years are:
|June 30, 2007||December 31, 2009|
|August 31, 2012||July 31, 2015|
|January 31, 2018||March 31, 2018|
|October 31, 2020||August 31,2023|
|May 31, 2026||December 31, 2028|
I recommend that especially on these Blue Moon days, we all pause, step back, and take a good look at what we're doing. We should smile, remembering that whatever vitally important things we do, while incredibly relevant to us, are of no real consequence to the universe at large.
Sometimes true happiness can be all in how you look at things.