Spring is Here

Sprisolar eclipse 2015ng came in this year of 2015 with a magnificent total solar eclipse. My family and I were cruising on a big ship coming back from Mexico. I got up early as usual as I have always been an early riser, waking up before the beautiful break of dawn way before the roosters crow. I quietly crept out of my cabin so I would not awaken my family as I ventured to the upper deck to see the total solar eclipse. Well, as I mentioned before, because of the terribly cloudy and cold day, I could not see the brilliant eclipse of the sun.

I don’t know about you, but these moments brink me back to a bright childhood day around three o’clock in the afternoon. Oh, it was so beautiful, a total solar eclipse of the sun, the sun became black just as it says in the Bible book of Acts 2:20.

 The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and notable day of the Lord come (Acts 2:20)

What a special moment in my life, as I lingered alone in the park on a sunny day that had suddenly grown dark as the eclipse of the sun occurred. It was a time I will always treasure. I knew somewhere in my heart that this moment was somehow significant to my life, my well-being.

Since the beginning of time, humanity has sought the heavens to tell them of specific events and happenings in the world. A star made aware the birth of Jesus Christ to the wise men that traveled to Bethlehem¬†to visit the newborn baby Messsah. I believe people consider the sun, moon, and stars more than they let on, way past the point of superficial astrological signs of frivolity. Yes, there is something so much deeper in these stars that I can’t explain. Oh how I wish I could read them as a I read a book, one tinkling star at a time would portray a supernatural message to me and only me. Wow, how special would I be? Of course, I’m not selfish and would definitely share my divine revelation, my significant spark of inspiration with the world. The love for humanity is just a part of me that will never die as I keep looking to the skies for direction.

Love healing hearts,

Shirah Chante