It was a murky confusion — here and there blotted with a color like the color of the smoke from damp fuel — of flying clouds tossed up into most remarkable heaps, suggesting greater heights in the clouds than there were depths below them to the bottom of the deepest hollows in the earth, through which the wild moon seemed to plunge headlong, as if, in a dread disturbance of the laws of nature, she had lost her way and were frightened.
Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.
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'god put the rainbow in the clouds, not just in the sky'... It is wise to realize we already have rainbows in our clouds, or we wouldn't be here. If the rainbow is in the clouds, then in the worst of time, there is the possibility of seeing hope... We can say 'i can be a rainbow in the cloud for someone yet to be.' that may be our calling.
He's like a drug for you, bella." his voice was still gentle, not at all critical. "i see that you can't live without him now. it's too late. but i would have been healthier for you. not a drug; i would have been the air, the sun." the corner of my mouth turned up in a wistful half-smile. "i used to think of you that way, you know. like the sun. my personal sun. you balanced out the clouds nicely for me." he sighed. "the clouds i can handle. but i can't fight with an eclipse.
Those who have a why to live for can bear almost any how. the necessary premise is that a person is somehow more than his or her "characteristics," all the emotions, strivings, tastes, and constructions which it pleases us to call "my life." we have grounds to hope that a life is something more than a cloud of particles, mere facticity. go through what is comprehensible and you conclude that only the incomprehensible gives any light.