The moon is truly one of God's natural wonders that he placed in the sky above us to give us more beauty and joy for all of us to experience. Children over the ages have had questions about it, books have been written about it and we've even put men on it, yet it remains very mysterious with so much more to tell us. It's constant movement on the clock, going from the darkness of the new moon to the brightness of the full one in an approximate month's period, makes it different from the sun and brings us hope as it begins to show itself in a new cycle with joy on a clear night when it is full. It impacts our tides and shows to be of some impact in cases related to mental health while also adding some constancy to our lives. Think about it for a minute. Why do we humans sometimes think we have the answers to everything and always want to tinker with all aspects of our human experience? Why do so many not understand that mankind, as a creation of God in His image, is not be tinkered with? Why can't we apply the constancy standard to humanity as well and recognize we were created as He intended and not to be tinkered with? To me, knowing that we are a major component of of God's Creation, it tells me that God is telling us some things should never be changed because they are meant to be permanent. From my point of view, it tells me that since we humans are creations of the Almighty, He created us the way He wanted us to stay and for the functions he gave us the ability to perform and when we tinker with those things, we are headed for trouble.
So, each of us is free to think and believe as we want, for it is not my place to judge others. But when we try to make others change to be the way they want despite thousand of years of experience contrary to what they say, we are in a much worse position than being on a slippery slope. We are headed for chaos, disruption and destruction. And that, after all these years, is what the always constant cycle of the beautiful moon says to me. It's something worth considering and I hope others will ponder it.