From the East to the West Coast, lighthouses decorate the landscape, but symbolize even more, much like the following:
"The lighthouse erected with no barrier between it and the mariner whom it will guide.
It's beam constant, strong
and true often obscured by storm, mist and fog.
Still the haven for the one who, searching, endures the elements until
light breaks through.
The lighthouse of God's love originally given with no barrier between Him and the recipients of
That light forever steady, often distorted by untruths, and misrepresentations.
Still give peace and
joy to those who, searching, see it break through in the life of the Light of the World."
- Frank McMillan