No ‘Inertia’ As An ‘Enigma’

December 14, 2021

Sunshine splashed across our late afternoon Tuesday here in California’s Central Valley; now in the early evening, the sky is still nice and clear — we received fairly-heavy rain last night, and although the NWS had forecast thunderstorms for this morning, we in my neck of the valley experienced some nice weather all day

This is the second time in the last couple of days, the word, ‘inertia‘ has appeared in a headline here at ‘Compatible Creatures,’ and now a tuneful escape from the clutches of not moving — during the 1990s, while a customer/later a barista/manager of short-lived, but way-wonderful The Black Pearl Coffee House in Pismo Beach, Californa, I developed a great fondness and appreciation of the German musical group/project, Enigma, producing a euphonious sound.
Music of movement, of tides of history in this first song, “The Eyes Of Truth.” and a sense of the nowadays:

And my most-favorite of the musical entity’s titles, ‘Return to Innocence,’ a dream of no inertia:

I used ‘inertia’  because it went well with ‘Enigma.’

And ‘Shine‘ always is included ’cause it’s anti-inertia:

Here we are, and once again…

(Illustration out front: M.C Escher’s ‘Three Spheres II,’ found here).

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