I wrote a thing -- see link in bio~
I went into the bathroom and stared at myself in the mirror for a really long time. Not in a surface, superficial type of way. But I gazed into my eyes and looked into the depths of my soul. To tell you the truth, I didn't like what I saw. I saw the mistakes that were made, the fear and the darkness.... something turned within me, like a spark or a flick and in that moment; I made a resolute decision that I would change the things that I disliked and accept the things that I couldn't change. It was the first time I really saw hope within myself and the light began to shine through the cracks. Even the moth emerges from the darkness in pursuit of #light. #youcreateyourownreality#ascension#metaphysics#spiritualhealing#Source#universe#worldwithin
This image, captured by Hubble, shows what happens when two galaxies become one. The twisted cosmic knot seen here is NGC 2623 — or Arp 243 — and is located about 250 million light-years away in the constellation of Cancer (The Crab). NGC 2623 gained its unusual and distinctive shape as the result of a major collision and subsequent merger between two separate galaxies. This violent encounter caused clouds of gas within the two galaxies to become compressed and stirred up, in turn triggering a sharp spike of star formation. This active star formation is marked by speckled patches of bright blue; these can be seen clustered both in the center and along the trails of dust and gas forming NGC 2623’s sweeping curves (known as tidal tails). These tails extend for roughly 50 000 light-years from end to end. Many young, hot, newborn stars form in bright stellar clusters — at least 170 such clusters are known to exist within NGC 2623.
NGC 2623 is in a late stage of merging. It is thought that the Milky Way will eventually resemble NGC 2623 when it collides with our neighboring galaxy, the Andromeda Galaxy, in 4 billion years’ time.
Ecco a voi una stella di Neutroni: una stella compatta, con un’altissima densità e composta da neutroni tenuti insieme dalle forze gravitazionali. Le stelle di neutroni hanno più o meno la stessa massa del Sole, ma questa è impacchettata in un volume piccolissimo(la vedete sopra messa a confronto con la città di NewYork), ciò comporta che questa stella ha una densità incredibilmente alta: 10^14 volte più denso del Sole.
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I've had some amazing conversations today with friends and inspiring people. I've realised I've hit the jackpot in life and I am so incredibly grateful for all the blessings in my life! I thank universe everyday for everything that is happening and all the amazing places I am going to travel to. I'm not perfect and I don't have the money in the world, but I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world. I've realised that the fact I am still breathing and have the freedom to do what I can in life is a true gift in it self! 👻✨ #youcanyouwill#affirmations#positive#lawofattraction#gratitude#universe#happiness