Glow: a flash of brightness named for its appearance in the coals of a fire, in which light is given off from deep within matter, and has depth; when it appears in metal, it is called gold; anywhere else (such as in lemons) it is called yellow. In each, however, it is a light within darkness, that does not come from the sun. And for that reason the sun shines while the moon glows. Accordingly, the sumac below is an image of the moon.
I don’t need to tell you how pleasurable it is to walk through the moon and have her feathers brush against your body!
Autumn Moon on Earth
The light within responds to the light within.