Today we live under the same stars as the ancestors of our past. Maybe the beams of light are different, but the feeling of awe is the same. As each new generation takes its place under the nighttime radiance, the same wonder still haunts. The stars are so beautiful. What is my place in the universe? Who am I? How did I get here? Are there others looking back at me? How many others have looked at the same beautiful night sky?
As we live together in the latest version of humanity, there are so many others who are looking at the same starry sky. Though we never meet, we share the same feeling of awe. Sharing the same emotion is as close as we can get to actually knowing each other. This global feeling could be a uniting factor throughout the world. It’s these complex emotions we think others would not understand. Given a chance, almost anyone could, because these feelings are shared by them too.
Despite all the apparent differences, we share so many commonalities. People love, they marry, have children and worry about their children’s future to name a few.
As each new night sky travels overhead, our time passes making room for the next stargazers who will ponder the same. What were my past ancestors thinking as they enjoyed the beautiful illuminating sparkles covering the night sky? This very thought unifies all stargazers throughout all time, past, present, and future.
Gazing at the stars, we felt connected to all who have looked upon the same sky in the past and those who will do the same the future. We felt a brilliant euphoria for all.
Be Well, Have Gratitude and Spread Goodwill