Some Thoughts about the Sun

When I squint at the sun, I see a miracle. Five billion years ago, hydrogen atoms came together to make the sun, and every second it transforms four million tons of itself into light. As it pours out energy, it enables the salmon to swim up streams near my house, the towhees to sing in my hedge, and the chard to grow in my garden, nourish me, and give me strength. Molecules energized by the sun course through my blood and enable me to think and do my work. The sun is fueling this blog and, I hope, helping me reflect some of the light on the beautiful, interesting things in the world.

10 Responses to “Some Thoughts about the Sun”

  1. 1 Louisa Donoghue December 17, 2010 at 9:10 PM

    Indeed you are reflecting the light of this beautiful world in your blog. This is a refreshing blog and I look forward to your postings. Indeed the sun affects us in ways too numberous to mention. An aquaintance recounted to me that her blind friend had moved to a latitude far to the north and missed the wamth of the sun on her skin. I am grateful for your musings on this incredible world and look forward to your blog.

  2. 3 Mike December 6, 2010 at 10:00 PM

    I hope that during the longest stretch of rainy, gloomy weather you experience this winter, we can come visit to enjoy time with you, our sunny friend.

  3. 4 Roger Falge December 6, 2010 at 5:48 PM

    Speaking of the sun, I would recommend the website

    There you can see the awesome power and beauty of our star as it lives and breathes and fumes day by day. The site changes daily with the solar weather and gives a flowing glimpse of God’s grandeur.

  4. 7 Gisele Fitch November 11, 2010 at 12:19 AM

    Awesome thoughts. That your writing raises wonder, delight, kindness and appreciation for creation can only mean you’re a living blessing. Really! Your site has your touch of beauty which you leave everywhere. Thank you for your work. I admire your dedication and enjoy your writing so much and the learning too. Congratulations on starting and I look forward very much to your next post.

  5. 9 Natalia Ilyin October 13, 2010 at 9:46 PM

    Wonderful thoughts and I am looking forward to your cheering voice keeping me company through our grey winter! I hope you’ll post often.

  6. 10 Elsa Watson October 13, 2010 at 7:02 PM

    Kristin, I’m SO enjoying your blog! Not only is your content fascinating, beautiful, and right up my alley, but I also love the look and feel. Your blog site is such a peaceful place to be. I look forward to many posts to come!

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