The little Star who was so sad

The little Star who was so sad
by Andrew Pell

Far away in a distant galaxy there lived a little star that was so very sad. He thought he was all- alone and that nobody cared. He cried quite often. The tears extinguished his light.

Then one day a comet flew by and almost crashed into the little star, because the little star gave no light.

The comet stopped to talk to the little star and asked “Why are you so sad”?

The little star replied. “Because I am all alone”. The comet told him to look up instead of looking down.

The little star looked up and saw myriads of stars shining so bright.

The little star was so happy he stopped crying and shone so bright so that the other stars could see him.

He now had many friends to enjoy eternity with.

The comet and the little star parted friends as well. Whenever the comet was in that part of the galaxy he would always visit his little friend.

The little star realized he had many friends watching over him. He cried no more and shone brightly in the heavens.

The little star lived happily ever after.


Look up and say. I see all the wonderful abundance shining so bright above me and around me. I give thanks for this abundance. Say at least 3 times throughout the day.

(A.Pell 25/04/2005)

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