Thursday, April 26, 2007

Illuminating The Moon

(Picture by Murray Neill)

The sun tries and tries to illuminate the moon. At times, the moon refuses to accept the sun's light and be illuminated; troubled by the activities of the tiny stars. The sun redoubles its efforts and sends a burst of light to shine and remove the darkness. But now, the moon is only dimly lit. The sun realizes that the moon refuses its illumination because the little stars sap its strength. The sun keeps on trying and eventually the moon accepts its light and casts its own bright moon beams in return.


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