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by eecksy

by eecksy

“It’s huge!”


“How is this possible?”

I watched the moon in silence although everyone around me was eager to verbally share their awe. I was left speechless. I watched with wide eyes and contemplated the universe. Here I was, a tiny insignificant creature, witnessing something so much bigger than me. Curiosity and delight filled me up. I wanted to learn about the planets and stars. I realised in that moment that astronomy and science was what I needed to study. Although I did not say a word, I couldn’t imagine any other person here feeling more enlightened and awe-struck by the event than me.

Ermisenda Alvarez

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