Have a nice day as we hear Shakespeare’s “best painter’s art” of perspective wherein Apollo in sonnet 24 “Delights to peep, to gaze therein on thee”. For the sun gazes through the windows made by the eyes of Henry Wriothesley hanging in Shakespeare’s heart. Given Apollo gazes into the windows of eyes that are painted in sonnet 20 also, let us remember in sonnet 20 he paints “An eye” that is a single eye and that is as in an understanding of “If your eye is single your whole body shall be filled with light” (Matt 6:22). The Bard from Stratford upon the Avon River paints a portrait of Henry as a “new creation”. That is to suggest “the master mistress of my passion” is a “new creation” whose eyes illume “gilding the object whereupon it gazeth”. And therefore the sun’s delight that is so evident in sonnet 24 is as in an understanding of golden shafts of super natural light bathing over Apollo. The “master-mistress” of Shakespeare’s spiritual passion is a “new creation” (See 2 Corinthians 5:17) filled with the light of God; filled with love and mercy and therefore loving and mercy full for that is the true nature of the God of Love.