So many possibilities for a better world in these awesome stories. Today is Memorial Day when we remember those who gave their lives. I am thankful for the service of all who who have sacrificed so much to protect. But what if we could shift to a society not so based on money and domination. That’s what the last awesome stories are about, seeing the world “not through the lens of profit, but of social impact.” May we move in the direction of compassion. (The coral art story is pretty cool, too.)
This week Awesome Stories brings you MUSA, preventing blindness, and reforming our world.
MUSA is a unique art installation meant to further cooperation between the worlds of art and environmental science. MUSA is an underwater museum meant to restore the local habitat by providing a creative foundation to rebuild the sea life in the Cancun Bay. The underwater installation includes over 500 sculptures that serve as coral reefs for marine life to inhabit and grow. The sculptures were made by English sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor of a special material to anchor and encourage sea life to build upon. I find the sculptures a little creepy, but admire the scope of the project and that the materials actually help the marine life.
Healing Hearts and Eyes
Being of service to God and humanity means going well beyond … the best technology, to the humble demonstration of courtesy and compassion to each…
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