Some nights, when the moon is large and full, we marvel at its grandeur.


Other nights, it seems small and inconspicuous, but one thing we are always aware of is that it is ever-changing, growing from a thin sliver to a round, glowing orb and then slowly fading back again to nothing

In this subtle way, it reminds us that all things on Earth have a natural cycle.

Water evaporates from the ocean and falls down again as rain. Fruit falls from a tree, carrying a seed that grows into a new tree. 
 

We are born, mature into adults, age and eventually die, but our children are there to start the cycle over again. 

Some people believe that the "rebirth" of the moon hints at the renewal of the soul through reincarnation.

Because of the moon's connection to water and the tides, it is said to represent our emotions and our subconscious mind 

what we see on the surface often does not reflect what is going on underneath, nor does it reveal its vast depths.

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