A couple of weeks ago, I spoke about being the sun.
Maybe that was a little esoteric. Let me try and bring it a little closer to home. A little more scientifically, if you will.
What is the sun?
The sun is many things. The most basic description of the sun is “an enormous perpetual nuclear explosion hurtling through space.” And that’s what I want to talk about today.
That’s what we should take as our example for living.
Think about it: every force that exists on the sun, that makes the sun itself exist, exists in you and me.
Motion, heat, electrons and the forces that hold electrons together, hell, even gravity. Oh yes. You have a gravitational pull. Everything does. It’s not as noticeable with you because you’re not as massive, as, say, a ball of flaming plasma ten times bigger than the planet Jupiter. But you still got it.
In a literal sense, then, you are the sun. Or a sun.
The sun is the source of life, and it can kill. It can cause plants to grow or to wither. It’s the primary view on a clear day, and the reason we have rainy days.
Think about that: the sun causes rain. This ain’t no one-trick pony. This is the definition of power.
That is why every civilization, including modern civilization, has had sun worshippers.
So that means you don’t just share the power of a trillion-megaton bomb…
You share the power of a god.
When you’re a god, you got options. A lot of options.