#night #milkyway #flowers
Whether you choose to move on and
Take a chance in the unknown.
Or stay behind, locked in the past
Thinking of what could’ve been.
The only time you should ever look back,
Is to see how far you’ve come.
The sooner you realize that
It’s never gonna go back to the way it was,
The sooner you can move on.
Some stories don’t have a clear beginning, middle and end.
Life is about not knowing, having to change,
Taking the moment and making the best of it,
Without knowing what’s going to happen next……..
You may not end up
Where you thought you’d be,
But you’ll end up right
Where you’re meant to be.
Don’t let little stupid things break your happiness.
You were given
Because you’re strong enough to live it.
Life is not measured by the breath we take
By the moments that take our breath away.
I NEED TO FORGET WHATS GONE.
APPRECIATE WHAT STILL REMAINS
LOOK FORWARD TO WHATS COMING NEXT.
JAI SHRI KRISHNA
GOOD NIGHT WORLD
Ten thousand years ago, before the dawn of recorded human history, a new light would have suddenly have appeared in the night sky and faded after a few weeks. Today we know this light was from a supernova, or exploding star, and record the expanding debris cloud as the Veil Nebula, a supernova remnant. This sharp telescopic view is centered on awestern segment of the Veil Nebula cataloged as NGC 6960 but less formally known as the Witch's Broom Nebula. Blasted out in the cataclysmic explosion, the interstellar shock wave plows through space sweeping up and exciting interstellar material. Imaged with narrow band filters, the glowing filaments are like long ripples in a sheet seen almost edge on, remarkably well separated into atomic hydrogen (red) and oxygen (blue-green) gas. The complete supernova remnant lies about 1400 light-years away towards the constellation Cygnus. This Witch's Broom actually spans about 35 light-years. The bright star in the frame is 52 Cygni, visible with the unaided eye from a dark location but unrelated to the ancient supernova remnant.
I'm A LEO!
Most Leos are generous and helpful by nature. They love to spoil friends, family and romantic partners, buying extravagant gifts or blowing their money on good times. Most are excellent cooks, and they enjoy feeding others.
Leos can’t resist luxuries and the good life, even if they can’t afford it. They believe that they need to have the best and that everyone they like should have the best as well.
Sensitive and Moody
Although moody, Leos tend to be optimistic most of the time. However, Leos that receive insufficient attention can grow depressed and sullen. Leos often sulk in response to minor slights, particularly blows to their pride, but they tend to recover quickly.
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