how fascinating it is to read about things that exist within the vastness of the universe, where though one looks up to the highest skies, they cannot be seen by the naked eye; where its existence would only be known to man through its discernible temperatures, unimaginably scorching —
& how dismaying it is to look down with eyes, unbearably naked at where the spaces in between our fingers are filled by one another, where the existence of two clasped hands is discernible to any man with sight; but unlike the entities in the galaxies, there is no warmth at all within.
how amusing it is to compare us, insignificant beings to greater things lying within the universe, to rethink the clear difference between what is visible, and what can be felt; a reminder that what once was scorching could die out in a blink of an eye.
and the world would continue to turn on its axis as if nothing happened.
(how utterly disheartening it is, indeed to slowly step back and realize what truly exists, and what only existed at the speed of light.)