Hi. This is a very special Writer’s Block. The “stars” you see in the Image Block above are part of a gigantic image called Hubble Ultra Deep Field taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. Hubble took this picture of a small region in the constellation Ursa Major. How small? About 2.5 arcminutes across, or one 24-millionth of our sky.
Those “stars” are (almost all) galaxies. Nearly 3,000 of them in one tiny patch of sky.
We are small. We are miniscule.
We are infinite.
Write about that.