"My dear," said my lunar mate, Moon, "will you give me something to brighten this world?" I scoffed, "What, am I not bright enough for you?" "My dear, of course you are I just want something...more." Males, always needing more. It's always more, more, more with them. But I loved Moon so I complied. In an instant, we were surrounded by light. "We will name our first child the North Star." Moon smiled, his deep craters making up his wide grin. "Now you must give me something to give color to this world," I said smugly. He nodded, and the universe was covered in planets, planets with the most beautiful colors imaginable. "This one," he directed a beam of light onto the most beautiful one, "will be our golden child. We will name her Earth, and our dear Earth will house all the life in the universe." "She needs to be more... lively." Suddenly, she was teeming with life. From her continents to her oceans there was life, pure, innocent life. "Those," I directed a beam of light onto one of Earth's land creatures, "We will call those humans. They will think and act on their hearts. When they die they will join the us and our family as stars." Moon smiled once more, "You have truly outdone me, my dear."