Quote by G. K. Chesterton
The cosmos is about the smallest hole that a man can hide his head in.
This quote is a clever analogy that suggests that despite the vastness and complexity of the universe, our understanding and knowledge of it is limited. It implies that there is so much more to explore and discover beyond what we currently comprehend. Just as hiding one's head in a vast cosmic hole would offer limited escape or awareness of the surroundings, our human understanding is limited, and there could be infinite possibilities outside our knowledge.
That one moment that starts it all. The moment that gives light to the rest of your life. You're not going to realize it but, that's the beauty of it. You won't know it until you've reached the state of grace, when everything is aligned and you realize that despite your rough year the world is still spinning and taking you with it. And, no matter what happens, everything will be okay. You will always have people who love you, since before, now, and after.
Except ye become as little children, except you can wake on your fiftieth birthday with the same forward-looking excitement and interest in life that you enjoyed when you were five, ye cannot enter the kingdom of God. One must not only die daily, but every day we must be born again.