• every atom of the stars

    by  • March 9, 2015 • * Safe for Work *, To Everybody • 1 Comment

    The universe is never ending, I think. I read somewhere that one day it will stop expanding and will start coming back together at once like an elastic band, and that will be the end of that. I don’t know if I believe that. Maybe the universe will implode but there will still be something, even if it’s so microscopic that it’s impossible to see. A small point of energy and matter, but I don’t think that means The End. The universe itself began with the same small dot of nothing (and everything) so I don’t think the universe will ever cease. The possibility of time and space and matter restarting is enough. A new universe from the cells of the old one.
    I didn’t want this to be as long as it is.
    I only wanted to tell you that you are undeniably important. Your very own cells might be the ones that lead to a cancer cure or begin the universe again when we have shrinked to a single dense point. You. A single star can guide a sailor home when it seems nothing more than a distant speck of light. Breathe. The universe will provide and survive. You will too.

    One Response to every atom of the stars

    1. Particles
      March 10, 2015 at 2:50 am

      While this is completley true it only enforces how short and temporary this state is and how easy it is to sqander away the now.
      Savor your moments.

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