retrofuturist wrote:Well said, Chris.
It's a shame that the nice weather that I really like inevitably leads to things getting burnt. I couldn't believe that Hobart was about 14'C warmer than Brisbane yesterday... freaky stuff.
We are facing the worst fire danger in history in New South Wales, Australia. Heat wave and strong winds are conditions for catastrophic fire danger. Visitors of our Monastery who were dependent on public transport left early this morning. The next fire is 50 kms away and wind carries the danger away from us - towards others. We are presently not in acute danger but fully aware that fires already are getting out of control in other areas in NSW, fully aware that we might have to evacuate and can do so, but many beings, animals, insects can not. May all beings be save.
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