Kaleidoscope. It’s just a tube with mirrors and pieces of colored glass. One looks in one end and light enters the other. The tube is rotated and the viewer “observes beautiful forms,” which is what kaleidoscope means.
Our lives are kaleidoscopes, and should we dare to examine them, we see lots of beautiful forms. As we begin to make sense and find meaning in the larger picture the forms create, the tube of our world turns and those beautiful forms become a confused mess once again, or so it seems. That’s life, as is so often said. C’est la vie. To maintain an equilibrium we need some stability. Let the world try to disorient us, ever changing and reordering the colored chips of glass rattling around in the kaleidoscope of our lives. We can cleave to a Rock, to the One Who is the Rock of our Salvation—Y’shua Ha Mashiach, Jesus The Messiah. For as Apostle Paul wrote to the Corinthians:
For God is not a God of confusion but of peace.
1 Corinthians 14:33
Lord Bless, Keep, Shine. . .