NASA announced today that Kepler (its alien world-hunting spacecraft) has discovered two previously unknown planetary systems, including three super-Earth size planets in the much-coveted “habitable zone” – capable of sustaining human life.
It’s really only a matter of time now (with such advancements in technology ) that we finally put to rest the age-old question of our human origins, and make the “connection with the stars” as did our ancient ancestors.
Putting things in perspective – there are more stars in our universe ( each with their own planetary systems ) than the combined total of every single grain of sand on the entire plan Earth. The discovery of these two “Earth like planets” is only the beginning – as we continue to reach further and further out. We will find life – and we will find it soon.
It’s things like this that keep me small, humble. We get wrapped up in our day-to-day lives, the decisions, the stress, the pressure we may put on ourselves, when in the grand scheme of things – we’re not just a tiny grain of sand, but one of billions of tiny people – on that tiny grain.
Consider the significance of a poor trading decision. One decision….. in a day filled with decisions, in a life filled with decisions.
I’m pretty sure you’ll be O.K.