STARDUST & MOONBEANS

Did you know we’re all children of the stars?” Manon had asked….“When the stars imploded billions of years ago, iron and silver, gold and carbon came raining down. And the iron from that stardust is in us today-in our mitochondria….Who knows, Jean, you and I might be made of the dust from one and the same star, and maybe we recognized each other by its light. We were searching for each other. We are star seekers.”
— The Little Paris Bookshop, by Nina George
...may there come across the waters a path of yellow moonlight to bring you safely home.
— part of an Irish Blessing

What is your "yellow moonlight" that brings you safely home?  ~ CynthiaPS