Today was the Solemnity of Christ the King, which means that the Roman Catholic Liturgical year almost at its end, and soon we start the season of Advent, the time for the anticipation of Christ's birth.
In today's homily about Christ the King, my pastor reminded us about the cosmic Christ with these words, "Christ yesterday and to-day, the beginning and the end, all time belongs to him, and all the ages; to him be glory and power, through every age and for ever." This statement is drawn from the Paschal Vigil Mass (a.k.a. Easter Vigil Mass), at which time the new fire is lit to represent the light of Christ in the world.
Remember and reflect on the vast eternalness of Christ in our lives.