Our immortality is space
Our relationship to the moon is an illumination. Luna shines down on your face to illume. Stars shine brightly but really we are stars and rocks and the moon but of the Earth. We are of the Earth in three ways. Firstly we are of the Earth for we are the Spirit Earth. Secondly we are of the Earth for we are Spirit. And thirdly we are of the Earth for we are the moon and the stars. Moons illuminate our face at night as with the Sun. An illumination by night is our relationship with God and as close as we will get, to knowing, why God wanted us to be. Sleeping may take you further to immortality. The immortal part of the spirit is the moon and shines with the light of God as lights shine. Our relationship to shadow is our connection to immortality or god and if we think of the shadow of the moon we have almost got there. Our relationship to the garden can involve the shadow of the moon. So, what is our mortality and immortality? The moon could give the answer. We die only to live. Our physical body dies and our spirit lives. Our soul is immortal as the reflection of the shadow of the moon. If you think of the church door, to the church the inside of the church has a pleasant, warm smell of wooden church pews and churches are often quiet and this is like the inside of our soul, our connection to Earth. Then, the spirit, our spiritual concern takes us to God. Our relationship would be like a church service at night and our moon of another night but our relationship to the Earth is death, we die. We are immortal though and become garden become tree but the soul becomes the spirit. As with the shadow of the moon we become spirit and trees grow. To become god and immortality is space.