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We Are Astronomical

January 25, 2019

Ask anybody around you these days if they feel tiny, and they’ll probably say yes. Its easy to feel like were drowning in a sea of people, content, media and etc every single day. This feeling is amplified in an urban setting.

However, if there’s one thing that I’ve always believed since I was a child, is that life is intricately so unbelievably astronomical. Call it fate, or whatever you want, but just drop what you’re doing and think about this moment for a second. Think about all the steps that it took for you to arrive at your laptop, phone, or whatever device you are reading this from. What did you even do today, that had you arrive at this moment? Now think about the past week, month and year. Pretty crazy.

Even better, the next time you meet someone for a coffee, or a friend out in the fields somewhere to do some sort of activity, think about all the steps that needed to go right for you to be in front of that person, in that moment, at that time exactly. For me to think that my father graciously traveled across the world so that I could get an American education, it took so many incredible steps to even just move out of my home country, South Korea. In order for me to sit on a bus full of white American kids and create the friends that I did then, and still see now is absolutely flattering.

This post is going to be really short. I just wanted to voice a thought that I think people shouldn’t feel so small these days. You are an astronomical life, and every aspect which makes up the person you are right now, is actually wonderfully breathtaking when you take a minute to think about it. These thoughts are nicely assisted if you happen to be sitting under a field of vivid stars in the summertime, just by the way. Moraine Park in Rocky Mountain National Park is a great place to start.

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