Collecting Stardust: A Nighttime Journal
Doubleday Religious Publishing Group, Jan 1, 2001 - 160 pages
When nighttime falls, the stars come out-and so do our nagging thoughts and brilliant ideas. Plans, brainstorms, insights, and reflections get pushed back during our busy days until they disappear. Then, when we at last stumble upon a quiet moment-like bedtime-they rise like the moon in the night sky, to be remembered, cared for, and honored.
Our thoughts may revolve around our relationships, or they may simply tell us to pick up oranges at the market. But whether life-changing or trivial, worldly or heavenly, they can keep us from finding the sleep we need...until they are safely captured by pen and paper.
Catch Each Shining Hope, Burning Thought,
and Glittering Dream.
In "Collecting Stardust," you'll find a place to record your remembrances (thoughts about events that have occurred), reminders (things you want to do), and brilliant middle-of-the-night ideas you can't afford to lose, so that you can free your mind to enjoy God's peace and rest. More than that, you'll find short scriptures and quotations, as well as some petite, end-of-the-day prayers that will soothe your heart, inspire your spirit, and ease you gently into dreamland.
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