Whenever you are full, you always catch my attention. Sometimes, you look so magnanimous and powerful. Sometimes, the clouds steal away your pristine brightness. Sometimes, you become playful and adorn yourself with shiny little stars.
Last night, you once again caught my attention. This time, not because of your fullness nor with your brightness but with your stillness.
I think, that’s what you invited me for. To be still. To keep still.
Where stillness does not mean absence of movement but not resisting the natural flow of life.
Where stillness does not mean the absence of noise but listening to that voice inside that says, ‘It’s time.’
Where stillness does not mean to ignore others but attend first to what is essential.
Where stillness means knowing that life is a cycle. Sometimes, what is seen is only a quarter of what you really are. Sometimes, you are full and strong. It does not matter. Your constant presence is what matters. I guess, we mortals are like you. Sometimes, we can give all of ourselves. But sometimes, we can only give so much. Kasi yun lang ang kaya. Kasi yun na lang ang natitira.
Many people send their love to orbit around you. They say, ‘I love you to the moon and back.’ Without you realising it, you become a channel of love.
But the truth is, you do not have your own light. Whatever light you have and you give, you simply get it from the Sun. The two of you have an incredible friendship. Since the beginning of time, you were there for each other. Reminded me of God’s constant love for me. Reminded me that whatever light I have, it is all from God.
Tonight, I pray. That I gain wisdom from your stillness. That I learn generosity from your fullness. That I remain connected to my source of light, Amen.
Goodnight, Moon. Thank you for the companionship during the long flight tonight.