Sometimes a star gives light. Sometimes its twinkle mocks and teases us and leaves us in the dark.
When we interact, our lives intersect. Then we have a choice. Either we can fight over the same space or we can share the same space agreeably. In either case, we will see stars, faint twinkling lights.
Sometimes we will see stars from the collision of two hard heads. These whirl around about our us, reflecting our confusion, our hurt — sometimes our misery and despair. But sometimes, when we choose to share, we will see distant glimmers of hope that grow in brightness, sometimes as bright as the sun, which is itself a star, one that gives both light and warmth.
With respect to the practice of blogging, A Tribute to the HarshReality of Blogging by insanitybytes22 describes both kinds of intersections, the sorrow of fruitless argument and the joy that comes from sharing.
Biblical grace defined. Well, sort of by I 53:5 Project humorously considers the problem of intersecting with difficult neighbors.
Happy Caturday by bluebird of bitterness looks at the intersection of a cat and a dog.
It’s all about the place by ColorStorm considers how difficult we can find it to understand the meaning of those twinkling lights. When we make it about ourselves, we get it all so wrong.
Will The Great Victory Fade Away? by edge of the sandbox describes the lingering reaction of a great nation in the aftermath of great collision.
Love According to God-Part One by Wally Fry begins an explanation of how we should approach the intersection of our own life with that of another.