• SumoMe

I had studied astronomy, and I had studied cosmology, and fully understood that the molecules in my body and the molecules in my partners’ bodies and in the spacecraft, had been prototyped in some ancient generation of stars.  In other words, it was pretty obvious from those descriptions we’re stardust.  Well, that was pretty awesome, and powerful. –Edgar Mitchell, Apollo Astronaut

This trailer from the film “CONTINUUM” is one of those videos you just can’t stop watching. It’s mesmerizing, inspiring, awesome, beautiful, and meditative all at once. There’s really nothing I can say about this short clip that it doesn’t say itself, so: watch it. I haven’t seen the full-length film, but if its anything like this trailer, I need to buy it as soon as possible.

Y’all: this rules, and that’s all I need to say about that. The more we look into the cosmos, the more we see into ourselves. This concept blows my mind, and it’s always been a thought that calms me when things get too stressful, and I haven’t even been to space. If the thought alone has this impact, I can’t even fathom what the experience does. Take a few minutes to dedicate to this trailer, and reflect on how crazy it is that you’re floating through space on a rock right now.

Have you seen CONTINUUM? Would you? Let me know if it’s worth seeing in the comments.