Tuesday, December 25, 2018
The year 1968 was one when the Vietnam War was raging at its height, there were protests, riots, assassinations and unrest throughout the West, the Soviets invaded Czechoslovakia, and the US presidential election was one of the most tumultuous. Amidst the unease and unrest, a remarkable event occurred on Christmas eve: U.S. astronauts became the first humans to circle the moon, and while there, delivered a hopeful Christmas message. Its a message we would do well to be aware of as we deal with the uncertainty of the present age
Here's the full inspiring message.
The voyage also produced the iconic "Earthrise" photo, which showed Earth amidst the darkness of space.
Merry Christmas, and Happy Holidays to everyone on "the Good Earth."