Isn't it fascinating that you have a DNA that 100% makes up who you are? No one else on earth holds your genetic code, and no one else has, or ever will have, that genetic code. Isn't it fascinating that earth is within one solar system that is within one galaxy of at least one hundred billion other galaxies? And isn't it interesting that there are around 6,500 languages spoken in today's world? We are such a diverse universe filled with immense cultures, religions, languages, science, and so much more. All I can say is WOW. What a jaw dropper we are. The universe we live in is truly beautiful.
I often reminisce about the knowledge of the universe, and why we were placed here on this earth even if we don't know everything about the history of this place we call "the universe." I personally believe we were placed here on this earth for God, but I know many believe otherwise. There isn't proof for anything; the world and universe are based solely off of theories. But if there's one thing I do believe it is that there is someone bigger than us, someone who created us for a reason. What is the point of being on earth without a sole purpose? We all bring such unique talents and creativities within the world, and that alone just proves that we are here for a purpose. We are born with gifts that bring happiness, change, love, and creativity into the lives of the world.
There's an endless amount of knowledge to learn in this universe, and the fascinating part is that we haven't even discovered most of it yet. The knowledge of the universe is limitless; there is always going to be room for change. I almost feel like our civilization as we know it was built off of fixing mistakes. What I mean is, how did we send a rocket into outer space? Through trial and error of course. The fact that human kind will make mistakes, but over time realize there was a way to fix those mistakes, is interesting to fathom. People never thought flying commercially would be possible, but look at the world now? We can fly anywhere we want in the world in less than 24 hours. Now I'm sure humanity hundreds of years ago would joke about that being "possible", but it is certainly no joke now.
Overtime I think man as we know it has an understanding that nothing is impossible. Our expansion of knowledge over time within our universe proves that we are always going to be capable of so much more than what we think is possible in that moment. We may joke now about time travel, but who knows, maybe one day it will be possible. There are always more capabilities for change, and there will always be more capabilities for knowledge and understanding as well.