Driving home tonight on Tropical Trail up Merritt Island along the Banana River (nearly full moon above) sunroof open 60° F (16 C) cool air rushing in through the moonroof. Returning home from a wine tasting down at the Green Turtle in Indian Harbour Beach. Inhaling deeply Kalbar 3000. How blessed can one be? The scent is so divine in the cool night air. I am humbled in thankfulness that this kind of experience is possible. I cannot describe in detail the nuances of this fragrance other than to say it strikes such a chord in my awareness of how profoundly good something can smell. Two years ago right now I'd have never guessed something like this was out there. Though I wasn't, per se, looking for this, when I discovered it a new level of passion was kindled! I feel most fortunate that I was open to experiencing all that these scents have to offer to both physical senses and spiritual awareness. No man-made chemical perfume can approach the depth, richness and authenticity these enthralling distillations offer. Thanks to Ensar Oud for what they have made available. Inspiring works of art. Eternally grateful for how these marvelous fragrances enrich my life! Sunday night we are launching a Solar Orbiter from Cape Canaveral, a joint project of NASA and ESA (European Space Agency) that will study the Sun up close( relatively speaking), taking high-resolution images of the Sun's poles for the first time, and seeking tounderstand the Sun-Earth connection, its magnetic fields and plasma physics. Learning about of our local star is critical as we depend more on space based satellite networks and begin again to venture out to the moon and Mars.