The Moon and the Sun, Night and Day, Fact and Reality are something I want to say a little on the fifteenth day of this challenge.
Two days ago, early in the morning, I had gone to the backyard to see the moon that had peeked through my kitchen window. From the western horizon, with a cute smile on its wholeness face, the white small moon looked at me and I stared at him. Waving my hand whispered, “Thank you for giving me a beautiful morning, once again.” Then I went to work.
After that, I also set the intention to see the face of the afternoon of the same day in the same place. I was lucky there was no work that could keep me from going home as soon as possible. I hurried home to avoid traffic jams, and the intention came true.
I arrived in the backyard a while before my earth part turned its back to the sun, his face was covered with clouds. To the sun, I also waved while hissing, “See you tomorrow morning, brother.”
That’s my important fact and reality that day. The fact that the sun and moon came for my day and night. The fact that the sun and moon do not rise or drown. The fact that my earth part has their backs to them for a while. The fact that my eyes and perceptions can be fooled by the idea of the words “sunrise and sunset”, as well as the flickering stars that arrive in my eyes every night actually is their flickering hundreds, thousands or millions of years ago. So, what are the facts and reality?