The Universe, though largely a mystery, is known to contain billions of galaxies just within our limited view of its vastness.
Each of those galaxies, like our own, contain billions of stars and each star is very likely to be at the center of its own planetary system.
That’s hundreds of billions of planets and each and every one of them has the potential to be home trillions of life forms.
Our galaxy alone could be home to trillions of trillions of life forms.
The numbers are beyond calculation or comprehension when we consider how many potential life forms there are in the universe, which may just be part of a larger system of billions of other universes bumping and squeezing into each other like cells in a body that make up something even larger.
We just don’t know.
What we do know, what we are absolutely certain about, is that among all those planets circling all those stars in all those galaxies there is only one you.
You are unique in all the universe.
And it is incomplete without you.
Image from just a tiny section of space observed by the Hubble telescope.