Unknowingly, We Hurtle Through Space

Although we sit in the still of twilight, placidly gazing at a beautiful sunset, we are hurtling through space at the rate of about 1000 miles per hour, based on the earth’s rotation. In addition, if we accept the theory that earth revolves around the sun (93 million miles away) in 365 days, we are also zipping through space at the rate of 66,705 miles per hour. But Krishna makes it seem like we’re not moving at all. Compare this to moving through the air at say 30,000 feet in a jet. It is noisy, vibrating and can be downright scary, especially in storms and other forms of turbulence.