…and I’d be able to convince you to go outside to see the beauty in the night sky tonight, or to imagine it if it’s not visible to you where you are. The moon is full in Taurus, and Jupiter rides along beside her to the west. Aldebaran of the Bull constellation hovers to her southeast.

No, that’s not right; today, tonight they travel together is all, the moon moving in a different way than the planets and constellations. But for tonight! My stars, tonight! The three create a breathtaking symphony of light and hope and possibility, as we gaze skyward and lean forward to hear the music, the voices, the essence of the song we need so desperately to hear.