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Where does the mind stop and the heart begin? Could they be the two interdependent halves of a whole? (My friend John says he is peanut butter :)

Where does the mind stop and the heart begin? Could they be the two interdependent halves of a whole? (My friend John says he is peanut butter :)

Love what this person had to say about this!  "....I think  it is comical when people actually think they are awesome because they were extra rude to someone else....FYI THAT JUST MAKES YOU MEAN...it does not take strength to be ugly to someone..quite the opposite. I think you know who I am talking to."

Love what this person had to say about this! "....I think it is comical when people actually think they are awesome because they were extra rude to someone else....FYI THAT JUST MAKES YOU MEAN...it does not take strength to be ugly to someone..quite the opposite. I think you know who I am talking to."

M60-UCD1 black hole, via NASA

M60-UCD1 black hole, via NASA

truth

truth

carina nebula courtesy of hubble

carina nebula courtesy of hubble

42 Mind-Blowing Photos Of Space From The Hubble Telescope

42 Mind-Blowing Photos Of Space From The Hubble Telescope

MESSIER 10 (M10) – THE NGC 6254 GLOBULAR CLUSTER

MESSIER 10 (M10) – THE NGC 6254 GLOBULAR CLUSTER

The Comet - Queenstown, New Zealand

The Comet - Queenstown, New Zealand

Inside the Eagle Nebula: astronomers have found evidence in the image data pointing to the remnant of a supernova explosion with an apparent age of 6,000 years. If true, the expanding shock waves would have destroyed the visible structures, including the famous pillars. But because the Eagle Nebula is some 6,500 light-years distant, their destruction won't be witnessed for hundreds of years.

Inside the Eagle Nebula: astronomers have found evidence in the image data pointing to the remnant of a supernova explosion with an apparent age of 6,000 years. If true, the expanding shock waves would have destroyed the visible structures, including the famous pillars. But because the Eagle Nebula is some 6,500 light-years distant, their destruction won't be witnessed for hundreds of years.

stars above the pinnacles by steven goh on 500px

stars above the pinnacles by steven goh on 500px