Man has always lived at the threshold of eternity, at the doorsteps of life everlasting.
The beauty and grandeur there is in nature is clear indication
that there is something better and more life-filled yet to come.
Spring may come and go – always with the blossoming of new life;
a life more beautiful than what was before;
the glorious sunset blaze and fade – always with a promise of tomorrow;
a tomorrow even more awesome than yesterday.
Even in the face of all the pain and suffering,
all the misery and injustice,
in the midst of all the wrongs and misery,
one can find intimations of eternity
as these things cry out begging for rectification and justification.
And things will be righted out and there will be justification.