Last month, I visited The Moon Exhibition at the London Maritime Museum in Greenwich.
This reflecting telescope was built by James Nasmyth in 1850-52 and was one of the biggest at the time, allowing detailed views of the moon. What a piece of engineering!
Telescopes are great to reveal what appears like a fleck far away in the distance. They are a focused line of sight, cutting out all the clutter and disturbances that are picked up by the naked eye.
If you had a magic telescope that you could point into the future, what would you like to see through it? And focusing on this future point, what is all the unnecessary clutter in your current landscape that is in the way from moving you there?
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