The sky bursts into life in this window as the physical world melts away. The clouds, the sunset, the mountains, leaves and tree trunks are all inexorably intensified in colour and drawn in a perfect spiral to a point of brilliant light in the final image of the windows. All things are returning to God.
Then there are heavenly bodies and there are earthly bodies; but the heavenly bodies have a beauty of their own and the earthly bodies a different one. The sun has its brightness, the moon a different brightness, and the stars a different brightness, and the stars differ from each other in brightness. It is the same with the resurrection of the dead: the thing that is sown is perishable but what is raised is imperishable;
(I Cor. 15/40-42).