Oh the wild flowers slowly blooming underneath a giant oak tree, whose branches extend as far as 10 feet. The sunlight manages to pass through the tiny passages that the leaves do not fully overcast its shadow on. Suddenly, a gust of wind furiously blows the yellow pollen into the air as it flies over the tiny lake residing a few feet away from the massive oak tree. On the other side of the lake, more lilies continue to bloom. One may notice the soft white looped petals standing gracefully. Not event can the furious wind impact their poise, as they stand strong in solidarity. Together, they miraculously light the area with from afar, as they glow underneath the sun with a shine that makes the soon-to-be-evening shimmer like glitter. Meanwhile, as the rouge sun falls from behind into it’s massive cave built by minerals and soil, you can see the shadows of the poised lilies fall—slowly their shadows begin to change direction from east to west. They too will rest, at night when the stars start to twinkle. Oh, the sun has gone home and covered itself with a dark blanket. It’s time for the crickets to come out from their little homes, as a tiny swarm of fireflies begin to buzz above the lake forming a tiny glow to be seen from afar. While all this takes place in an instant, the giant white balloon comes flying over to illuminate the dark blanket which covers the sun. No wonder the sun and moon get along so well, they work jointly to please the flowers and creatures so that they can continue living harmoniously.
If only the human race worked mutually, just like the sun and moon, then maybe we wouldn’t be exploiting and feeding off one another. Feeding off one another happens in the form that one loses and another wins. Not even the loser gains a small speck of gratitude. It doesn’t work that way, according to the ego maniacs who possess the wealth of those that are in greater need of it.