- Posted by Team Superwoman
- On August 1, 2014
If you’ve been following my posts, you’ll notice that I have a soft spot for science. When I was much younger I read a lot of childrens encyclopedia and science books, watched a lot of Discovery
channel and National geographic (and still watched them when I have the time though) yeah I know I was a weird kid.
Anyho from reading all those books I realised that everyday stars are born in the universe and everyday stars die. (You can google it if you want or better still read it here) I also knew that when Christ was born there appeared a star in the sky (a star was born also) so in my naive mind I form a theory for myself. I believed that the birth of Christ showed that when a child is born a star is born also. In addition, God told abraham in Genesis 15vs5 that his children would be as many as the stars. So somehow stars and children had a connection (in my head off course).
So basically I believed that everytime a child was/is born a star is born in the universe and every time a person dies a star dies too (like I mentioned earlier stars die everyday). So with my new found theory that every one has a special star assigned to him/her I looked up at night wondering which star was mine and added it to my list of things I want to ask God when I meet him.
So, I would like us to play into this childhood imagination of mine. Everyone has a star, you have a star and it hasn’t died yet it hasn’t stopped shining, it has giving up. Its looking down on you waiting for you to become the star the you are.
In this month of August I want to encourage you to become the star that you are. Do that thing that makes you unique, that thing you were born to do. If its an abandoned dream go back to it again there’s always a second chance your star hasn’t stopped shining happy new month.