The moon and jupiter are like people: Some people shine brightly, larger than life. Other people shine brightly, but when placed beside someone who shines larger than life, their light seems so small. Yet, both lights bring awe and amazement, and both lights seem to be more beautiful for the other. People are really no different. Those who shine quietly, almost in the shadows of those larger-than-life, sometimes seem to shine more brightly because of their quiet existence. Sometimes I am the moon, sometimes I am Jupiter. Always, I am working to be in alignment with the creation around me.
I see the moon. The moon sees me. God
bless the moon, and God bless me!
It is fabulous! Jupiter is that speck of dust on the right-hand side of the picture. The moon, of course, has taken his place with so much glory on the left-hand side. It’s beyond beautiful, though. It’s amazing. It is breathtaking. For me, it is proof of a creator who knows every detail of the world and the creation within. For my friends who find it difficult to buy into a belief of God, this same sight is breathtaking, as well, I am sure. For no one can look at these two bright lights and come away feeling less than amazed.
These two lights have held me captive for several minutes now. I am mesmerized by their beauty, by the difference between them.
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