A Visual Metaphor For The Universe

Everything we are and everything in the universe and on Earth originated from stardust, and it continually floats through us even today. It directly connects us to the universe, rebuilding our bodies over and again over our lifetimes.”

About 14 billion years ago. Physicists think that’s when matter, light and everything else exploded out of a fantastically dense, hot mass the size of a pea. This set in motion the expansion of the universe, an outward dispersion of mass that continues to this day.

Beth Geiger

Feb 28, 2014


Simon Worrall


National Geographic

From a singular source comes all things and to that source all things eventually return.