Starry Nights…

Did Van Gough in ‘Starry Nights’ sense and paint the true nature of our Universe while in the mental asylum? Scientists say he did.

Van Gough painting reminds me of description of Churning of Cosmic Ocean (the Milky Way) in Valmiki’s Ramayana and the Mahabharata.

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They are like stars…

And one day you would want to find those people whom you’ve lost, to whom you had spilled your vulnerabilities and darkest secrets by baring your soul, and see if by facing them you can find those parts of yourself that you had lost somewhere when they had disappeared or left. But rather than finding a ‘you’ in them, you’ll stumble upon finding a ‘them’ in you – their favourite songs in your playlist, their favourite movies, their lingo at the tip of your tongue and their memories fresh in your mind. What you thought was making you whole all this while were actually parts of them filling up the voids that they had left you with. But don’t worry because people are not like the pages of a diary that you can find them in your drawer stuffed beneath the ruckus of things that you’ll probably never need. They are like stars – strange, beguiling, fascinating and not so close as they appear to be.