I noticed the stars on my walk tonight for the first time in a long while. I remembered how I took an astronomy class in college and went out behind my dorm at night, laid in the grass and plotted the constellations. How cool that was! With all the problems I've had the past few years, I have forgotten how beautiful the sky can be. There's a song about God that says, "You placed the stars in the sky and you know them by name....You are amazing God!" I know the God that did that can take care of my troubles, too. I hope you all can take some time to stop and look at the stars, too.
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