Tag: cffc

Size comparison of objects

Comparison of sizes reminded me how insignificant we are in the universe, yet we are full of ‘ego’ and try to dominate everyone!

Do we matter in the Universe?

My dear friend, we are just a blip (less than a trillionth of a second) in the Cosmos.

Yes. We are insignificant in the grand scheme of the Universe.

“The human race is just a chemical scum on a moderate-sized planet, orbiting around a very average star in the outer suburb of one among a hundred billion galaxies. We are so insignificant that I can’t believe the whole universe exists for our benefit. That would be like saying that you would disappear if I closed my eyes.”  Stephen Hawking 

Realize how insignificant we are! Check this video

Can’t we be humble?

“Being humble means recognizing that we are not on Earth to see how important we can become, but to see how much difference we can make in the lives of others” Gordon B Hinckley

Thank you.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

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This post is part of Cee Neuner’s CFFC-SIZE COMPARISON OF OBJECTS Photo Challenge


CFFC: Rusty or Decayed


“Iron can only be destroyed by rust, and rust is a slow process which is caused by the hydrogen ion from water in the environment. Coat yourself against negative thoughts and be careful what you feed your mind because your mind is your greatest asset, make sure you are not using it against yourself.”
Uzoma Nnadi

Do you know the truth of life?

We are all corrupt knowingly or unknowingly at one time or other!

Not necessarily in money or power matters.

It’s through our soul my friend!

“Everything is destroyed by its own particular vice: the destructive power resides within. Rust destroys iron, moths destroy clothes, the worm eats away the wood; but greatest of all evils is envy, impious habitant of corrupt souls, which ever was, is, and shall be a consuming disease”  Menander


“Whenever you see flies or insects in a still life―a wilted petal, a black spot on the apple―the painter is giving you a secret message. He’s telling you that living things don’t last―it’s all temporary. Death in life. That’s why they’re called natures mortes. Maybe you don’t see it at first with all the beauty and bloom, the little speck of rot. But if you look closer―there it is.”
Donna Tartt

Thank you.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

Image by © PTP-2021 All Rights Reserved

This post is part of Cee. Neuners’s   CFFC-Rusty or Decayed photo challenge

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