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Best Answer Venkatachari M says
Good thoughts, Venkatachari. Thank you for answering. I choose your "after a new moon hiding in darkest clouds." as Best Answer. Thank you so much for participating.
Thanks, Phyllis. I thought a bit and then answered it. I added the second option thinking you might be having that idea also in your mind. But, I am happy that you selected my first option which shows you admire moon's beauty and glows just like me
Ah hahaha ! Yes, Venkatachari, you do glow because of your great personality and being a good hubber. You are most welcome. Thank you for participating in this Q&A. I was so happy to read your answer of the moon rising from darkest clouds. Aweso
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Liz Elias says
Thank you MsLizzy.
Very clever, maven. Thank you.
Rochelle Frank says
Hi Rochelle and thank you.
Faith Reaper says
Hi Faith and thank you for answering.
Gypsy Rose Lee says
Beautiful, Gypsy Rose Lee. I love it. Thank you!
John Connor says
What? You lost me on that, John. LOL
Opposite polarity perhaps? Oops I mean Polaris...
Hmmmm ... you should ask a riddle type question, John. You got me puzzled.
Submarines, the Polaris class were named after our Founding Fathers...
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh - okay. I did not know that. No, sorry, John, it is not a submarine although that is a great guess. A submarine would really fit the description.
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Larry Wall says
Sorry. But, Sun is not feminine.
Thanks, Larry. No, it is not the sun. Try again. Venkatachari is right - Sun is not feminine.
I considered that, but the moon is not really feminine. I accept your answer but while the sun is visible in full every day, the moon is not. Just a matter of opinion.
Thank you, Larry. Why do you not consider the moon as feminine? Most people do, including myself. You should write a hub about this - I would like to read it.
Real quick, the Sun is name Sol, which is a masculine name. The moon is the moon--gender free. The sun provides things that we need. The moon has an impact, especially on the tides, but is not always visible at night.
Thank you, Larry. That is interesting. Coming from Native American beliefs and studying mythology I have always known the moon as feminine. Grandfather Sun and Grandmother moon, or Diana goddess of the moon. Thanks again.
I accept your choice of best answer. The real truth is that neither the sun or moon have any true gender. We say Mother Earth, Father Time and all things like that, but they have no meaning. I am not trying to prolong a debate. Your choice was good.
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