Tomorrow night is International Observe the Moon Night when people all over the world are encouraged to wait till dark and head outside with telescope, binoculars or just the plain only Mark I eyeball and look at the moon. But we mean really look at it – take note of it’s phase, the patterns and shades of it’s features. If you’re using binoculars, see the mountains and craters, observe how white rays stretching outwards from some craters but not others. Spend time just appreciating the beauty. And show your friends! Get involved! Why? Because so few people ever take the time to just look up and see the splendour of creation stretching across the skies. We’re missing out. Do it. It’s good for the soul!