“The light of spiritual understanding gives gleams of the infinite only, even as nebulæ indicate the immensity of space.” (Science and Health, page 509)
We can’t really know humanly the full expanse of God’s Mind, His presence, His creation. We may feel that we are uncertain and confused about life, and that to understand its meaning and its Source, is completely out of reach.
But the uncontainable thought of God is actively present, and we are given wonderful glimpses of His qualities and the measure of His creativity, law, and Love. The light of spiritual understanding may feel only like a small glimmer in the dark, but we can receive these inspirations and intuitions gratefully as indicators of the fullness and grandeur of the divine.
When we view space through a telescope or even in captured images, we begin to perceive awesome and beautiful things that indicate much more. Our thought is opened to Soul’s greatness and grandeur. And while we can’t reach the ends of the infinite cosmos with our human senses, we are able to realize that there is more going on than the eye can see.
An enlightenment of thought, even in small degree, is our assurance of more. And we don’t need to know and understand the entire universe to stand in reverence of it. These small glimmers of grace and Love and power reveal an aspect of reality, and we can relish the fact that like the immensity of space, there will always be more in the next moment to discover through God’s rich revelations and the generosity of His Love!
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