Lessons from Nature – Significance
“Hope itself is like a star – not to be seen in the sunshine of prosperity, only to be discovered in the night of adversity.” – Charles H. Spurgeon
Good morning, and welcome to a great day.
Have you ever thought about the universe being the highest class you could ever attend?
Have you ever read in between the lines to realize that we are all part of a humongous cosmos called life?
As the sun rules the day, dispensing light and lustre equally to all without bias, man is energised to toil and labour.
As the moon governs the night when darkness falls, the stars are revealed, twinkling and shimmering all through the night, and man rests from his toil and labour.
Thus the sun points out the virtues of equity and balance in all we do while the moon teaches that no matter how dark it gets, there’s always some light, some hope.