Beacons of love

When NASA launched the space probe “Pioneer 10” its mission was to reach Jupiter and send back information. At that time no satellite had gone beyond Mars, but Pioneer 10 accomplished its mission, and kept on going, past Jupiter, then Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. Despite the immense distance, it continued to beam back radio signals to earth. The most remarkable thing was that those signals were powered by an 8-watt transmitter, which radiates about as much power as a bedroom night light.
Well that could be a parable of our lives. Unimpressive we may appear, but only eternity will reveal the full extent of what has been transmitted from lives involved in the greatest mission of all – being beacons of love.

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One Response to Beacons of love

  1. Feminine and Feline says:

    This is great. I love space & everything to do with it.

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