October 15, 2011

Our Own Worlds

Look at the world that we inhabit and think of the universe. There are billions of stars and billions of different worlds within, but not just one universe, but billions of them. The one we see, the one that others see, and the one that is. One world may be new, mysterious, exciting, and unknown. Another may be older, settled, calm and familiar. The first world cannot know the second, nor can the second world know the first. We are all one under the universe but we live in a billion different worlds. Mars cannot know Venus who cannot know Jupiter. Our worlds have their own orbit, their own moons, and their own lives.

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