The sun has been the principal subject of my thoughts lately. It is easy to understand why the ancient Egyptians and other cultures chose the sun as an object of worship, their God. They believed that the sun gave them life (which modern science says is a fact; man is made of star-stuff) and they believed that the sun was responsible for providing warmth, maintaining man's food supply, and the many other necessities, which again is a scientific fact. The sun nurtures all life, be it human, animal, or plant life.
It seems to me that if there is indeed a god, this entity could and probably would be allied somehow with our sun, and possibly perhaps is a part of a great god-complex ruling each of the billions and billions of stars. Such a mighty being would without a doubt be unconcerned with the lot of humans, or more probably would be completely unaware of their existence.
If the Earth's twenty-first century science community in partnership with a powerful (although nefarious) government agency, while using the most modern computers, someday establishes a somewhat tenuous communication with this solar God, in conjunction with a certain type of individual (a handsome, heroic man and a beautiful athletic heroine) -- then a competent writer would have a super-duper idea for a surefire blockbuster novel.
Can't help it. That's how my mind works.
Did You Know . . .?
The word Homeboy goes back to the 1800s, and was used by African-Americans to refer to each other as people from back home.
WORD FOR TODAY
1: of, derived from, relating to, or caused by the sun
2: measured by the earth's course in relation to the sun: a solar year
a : produced or operated by the action of the sun's light or heat: solar energy
b : utilizing the sun's rays especially to produce heat or electricity: a solar house
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Concentrate all your thoughts upon the work at hand. The sun's rays do not burn until brought to a focus.
--Alexander Graham Bell