Rev. Gary Kowalski
“At a certain season of life we are accustomed to consider every spot as the possible site of a house,” says Thoreau. This past summer, the world was again racing toward Mars, with the United States, China and the United Arab Emirates all en route. Is the red planet to be our next colony, with a potato patch and aquifer instead of a beanfield and a pond? Whether or not the latest probes find definitive proof of life, they satisfy a cosmological itch: to feel that we are not only voyagers but homesteaders in the starry realm.
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