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“I feel a void within me sometimes. It’s like the nothingness that exists in the universe has seeped into me.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“When I die, I will dissolve into the world that I lived in. The basic elements and energy that made me will go back to the universe that made them, to be used to create something else.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“There are no ghosts on the land, but the sky is full of them.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“I want to gaze through my telescope at every patch of the night sky and be overwhelmed by the marvel of creation. You can take away my telescope and I will use my bare eyes. Take away my eyes and I will see through my mind, for I cannot unsee the truth.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“I want to give up. My sensory organs and my brain have evolved just enough to ensure that I survive and reproduce. They are not equipped to experience higher reality and answer profound questions, as that is not a survival need.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“On some mystical mornings, I think that matter and energy are immortal and will be there forever. They take up temporary forms from time to time. You and I are one such temporary form.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“All living species on our planet are intelligent, for they have managed to survive, communicate, learn, build and grow amidst the changing backdrop of nature.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“In this pathless forest,
I walk but cannot see,
I have no understanding of a destination,
Or what reality is supposed to be.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“When you reflect on the miracle of existence, you start appreciating the monumental beauty of the universe. And if the universe is indeed the absolute being, then we are its eyes through which it sees its own magnificent beauty.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“A frequent wave that crosses my thought process is that if a thing like reality can come into existence, anything can.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“The limited dimensions of the reality we live in limit our imagination.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“We know that the bats and penguins in our world have refused to share their revelations.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“The infinite encyclopedias of the universe forever await inquisitive readers.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“We may be alone but will always have the company of a countless number of things and concepts to explore and understand.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“The overwhelming beauty of the cosmos can change a man permanently and can humble the most hardened of us men, making us stare in sheer awe.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“I wonder on how that spectacle in the night sky must have forever sparked the curiosity of that young boy.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“Does that mean that we are momentary and inconsequential beings in an endless, timeless, and indifferent cosmos?”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“We must honour the universe that is, was and will be. Let's name our daughters Gravity and our sons Carbon.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“Well, you obviously cannot see nothing. As there is nothing to see. In fact, the very notion that you can glance at it means it is not nothing. You cannot even think of the concept of nothing. This is because an observer, via sight or thought, brings something into place. So, never say that you see nothing. You are being dead wrong.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“The funny thing about reaching the much debated absolute state of ‘nothing’ is that there would not be any observer to prove that right.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“Who knows who’s right? Maybe nothing knows.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“A dreamless phase of sleep is our mind’s experience of nothingness every day.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“I guess a state of dreamless sleep is what the universe must be experiencing all the time. It exists, but it does not know.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“The atoms in my body do not have consciousness. My lungs do not have a heart. My heart does not have a pair of legs. If my constituents are so vastly different from me, then how can we perceive to understand the universe as a whole by studying stars and galaxies?”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“The deeper we try to dig into space, time, and the unknown, the closer we get to where we originally started.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“In a world without darkness, the concept of light will have no meaning.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“The photons in light beams are forever traveling at the speed of light. Do the concepts of past, present, and future apply to them?”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“For us ambitious galactic travelers, exploration of other galaxies in person will forever be a dream.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“The light at the end of this and every other tunnel seems to be the guiding light to the next tunnel.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos
“The universe is infinite in three aspects: time, space, and mystery.”
Rajesh`, Random Cosmos

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