It's funny how a star in real life is much easier to see when you're in a small town. Away from all the smog and lights and distractions they really seem to glow. But when you go to a big city only the really bright ones make it through the clouds. It's kind of like that in real life too. The whole big fish in a small pond analogy. When we're put into a bigger environment it's almost impossible to shine through. That's why I stopped trying to be a star a long time ago, my real ambition is to be the moon.
Even though it is scarred and kind of distant, it's always the brightest thing in the sky. It can make the dead of night nearly as bright as day. That's kind of my life goal. To turn things from the worst of the worst to the best for people. Because, just like people, we don't see how the moon effects us. Until one day is sends the tide up to soak your towel at the beach. But that's just a prank. Just take the time to go look at the moon and how beautiful it is. Then maybe you'll realize who plays the role of the moon in your life. Hopefully they can teach you how to turn dark into light.