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What is that tiny dot just inside one of the rings? You and I, along with more than 7 billion other people and all our thoughts and feelings, not to mention the many other life forms with which we share our planet.
Your thoughts and feelings change. At the cosmic perspective, you may feel small as you become aware of the tiny physical size of Earth compared with the solar system, much less our galaxy of the cosmic perspective of billions of stars and our universe of at least as many galaxies.
Yet the core insight is not about feeling small, but about feeling connected to the cosmic perspective. Your point of view expands and you see things from a more open and connected state of awareness.
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This perspective reveals that you are a moment of awareness within one strand of a vast cosmic tapestry. The cosmic perspective from the cosmic perspective and technology like the Cassini photograph offer portals into this frame of mind—a big-picture, cosmic perspective.
In the long run, this could be the most powerful role our scientific knowledge will play in the future of humanity.
Why do I believe this? Because many of our difficulties—whether individual, social, or the cosmic perspective from narrowness of perspective that disconnects us from a broader context. The cosmic perspective is spiritual—even redemptive—but not religious.
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The cosmic perspective enables us to grasp, in the same thought, the large and the small. The cosmic perspective opens our minds to extraordinary ideas but does not leave them so open that our brains spill out, making us susceptible to believing anything we're told.
The cosmic perspective opens our eyes to the universe, not as a the cosmic perspective cradle designed to nurture life but as a cold, the cosmic perspective, hazardous place.
The cosmic perspective shows Earth to be a mote, but a precious mote and, for the moment, the only home we have.
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The cosmic perspective finds beauty in the images of planets, moons, stars, and nebulae but also celebrates the laws of physics that shape them. The cosmic perspective the cosmic perspective us to see beyond our circumstances, allowing us to transcend the primal search for food, shelter, and sex.
The cosmic the cosmic perspective reminds us that in space, where there is no air, a flag will not wave—an indication that perhaps flag waving and space exploration do not mix. The cosmic perspective not only embraces our genetic kinship with all life on Earth but also values our chemical kinship the cosmic perspective any yet-to-be discovered life in the universe, as well as our atomic kinship with the universe itself.
At least once a week, if not once a day, we might each ponder what cosmic truths lie undiscovered before us, perhaps awaiting the arrival of a clever thinker, an ingenious experiment, or an innovative space mission to reveal them.