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You’re alone in a dark room.  Then you hear the soft shuffle of a shoe brushing the carpet.  Maybe you’re not alone after all.  You glance upward to the top of a redwood more than 300 ft. above you and wonder what roamed this forest when it was just a seedling.  You stare at humankind’s first photo of a black hole and realize there’s something on the other side of everything we know.  Call it the “GASP” reaction.  Great, Awe inSPiring.  A lopsided acronym, but it fits.  Some might call it a spiritual experience, the feeling that we’re part of a universe much bigger and grander than ourselves.  Let’s talk about GASPs.

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