4300. And the sun arose to him. That this signifies conjunction of goods, is evident from the signification of the "sun arising," as being the conjunction of goods. That by the "dawn coming up" is signified when conjunction is at hand, or is commencing, see n. 4283. From this it follows that the "sun arose" denotes the conjunction itself; for in the internal sense the "sun" signifies celestial love (n. 1529, 1530, 2441, 2495, 3636, 3643, 4060); consequently it signifies goods, for these are of this love. When celestial love manifests itself with a man (that is, when it is observed), the sun is said "to arise" upon him, for the goods of this love are then conjoined with him.