… yet true!
The beautiful, multicolored remains of a destroyed star shimmer in stunning new images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope.
Destruction does not mean the end, but the beginning of something new.
Incredible what we can do!
What is fascinating to see is that we can even see it. What has mankind done so far! Lots of incredible little steps to discover other worlds.
We can see material that is 110 light years wide. This nebula is about 2,100 light years from Earth and is located in the constellation Cygnus (The Swan).
They say: „As the shock wave from the supernova expands outwards, it encounters the walls of this cavity — and forms the nebula’s distinctive structures. Bright filaments are produced as the shock wave interacts with a relatively dense cavity wall, whilst fainter structures are generated by regions nearly devoid of material. The Veil Nebula’s colorful appearance is generated by variations in the temperatures and densities of the chemical elements present.“
Imaginable and TRUE
And yet we do not manage to work on ourselves continuously with the same vigor and energy.
As Walter Scheel said: „Nothing happens without risk and without a risk nothing happens!„
It is the same when we change.
If we have the courage to work on ourselves, then, like this dying star, we will send out a shock wave. Because first the „old“ dies in us. We learn to let go, sometimes with a big bang. And it takes a while for us and those around us to realize what is happening here!
Sometimes we also appear in a new light, which we may not yet like and perhaps also our environment. Then make sure that they do not make a sweeping judgment about you. Because if you are not strong enough by then, you could drop back and return to one’s old ways.
We sway back and forth, between different colors and through different situations. Sometimes we also find it difficult to find the right path. Ask yourself why you are here and what drives you. If you can, tear down walls and reinvent yourself. Then in the end you will feel satisfied and safe again!
In doing so, I wish you every success!