Many times when I’m myself crabby, emotional, or plain wore out, I find if I get outside and into the sunshine or rain my spirit lifts. Some might say I just need more vitamin D, and they’d probably be right. Even so, wether it’s vitamins or perspective both are God’s provision. When I consider the hills, clouds, plants, full moon, cattle, or Arizona’s stunning, incomparable sunsets my soul is refreshed and I am reminded of the Psalmists words in Psalm 21, a Psalm of ascent pilgrims would sing while walking to Jerusalem for temple feasts, particularly passover.  “I lift my eyes to the hills. Where does my help come from? My help comes from the Lord, the maker of heaven and earth. He does not let my foot stumble and he never sleeps. Indeed, the Lord, the keeper of Israel, neither slumbers nor sleeps. The Lord is my keeper, He is my shade on my right hand. The sun shall not strike me by day nor the moon by night. The Lord will keep me from all harm and watches over my life. The lord protects both my going out and coming in forevermore.”  The Sonia version—“I look to the mountains and sky – where does help come from? My help comes from the Lord, Jehovah, creator of all things. He, my Lord and God, will not let my feet stumble for He does not sleep. He watches, keeps, and protects me. He is at my right hand, keeping me from sun burn or moon madness. He cares for me and my health, physical, emotional, and mental. The Lord, Jehovah nissi, is my banner and will watch over me all my days, both now and forevermore.”