Letter to a Galaxy

You have no idea how much planning went into you. The universe spoke to itself in whispers and gentle tones to make sure it wouldn't hurt your ears as it planned you. Each star gave you a lesson to learn and planned out exactly how you would learn it; some stars were harsher in their planning while some were more understanding. You don't know this yet, but you will meet every single galaxy that has ever existed and will ever exist. You won't know that they're galaxies when you meet them, but something will whisper to you that they are too good or too bad or just too much to be just another person. You'll fall in love with a few of them and fall in hate with a few. You'll find them in lifelong friends and in strangers who do you small favors. Anyway, what I'm trying to say is this: Never underestimate yourself. Never thing that you don't have a reason to be here, exactly here and exactly now. Never think that you are not good enough or that you are too good. Stay humble but by all means, fall in love with yourself. You are exactly the way the universe intended for you to be. Take care of yourself even when you don't want to; you'll be a galaxy someday.

This poem is about: 
Our world


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