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Why do I feel weird when I look at the stars?
The dots are actually white blood cells moving along the fine blood vessels (capillaries) in front of the retina at the back of the eye. This experience is called the ‘blue field entoptic phenomenon’ because it’s especially noticeable when looking into bright blue light, such as a cloudless sky.
What do stars remind you of?
Maybe that’s why there are so many stars. Each one holds the dreams of a person in a moment of hopelessness. Each time we gaze up at them, they remind us of possibilities. They remind us of how many people are wishing for something, are longing for answers, are praying for an outcome.
What is a cloud lover called?
Nephophilia Definition: A person who loves clouds; love of clouds; fondness or obsession of clouds Yes, I’m a nephophile.
What do you think about stars?
Stars are huge celestial bodies made mostly of hydrogen and helium that produce light and heat from the churning nuclear forges inside their cores. Aside from our sun, the dots of light we see in the sky are all light-years from Earth.
What do you feel when you look at the stars?
Sometimes looking at the stars brings out emotions that I have buried. Often times, I get really emotional, and feel as though the world is against me. It happens often, and it takes a toll on my everyday mood. I seem bitchy and cold (I am told), whe When I look at the stars the feelings I have vary.
We find it kind of ironic when celebrities oftentimes complain about their privacy, then turn around and share way too much about themselves — be it on Twitter, in talk-show interviews, or by “forgetting” important undergarments when the paparazzi are around.
How do you describe a starry sky?
A starry sky which tends you to feel thankful for this life you have been gifted with. A starry sky which makes you believe that there exists little light of hopes around even in the pure darkness. A starry sky that leaves you awestruck with the imagination of natural lights floating into the sky.
What happens when you feel ‘too much’ in life?
For someone who is emotionally intense, however, the pain that comes with a pervasive sense of being ‘too much’ is not to be taken lightly – a person can be made to feel ‘wrong’ for the most part of his or her life, and internalising this sense of shame can lead to depression, low self-esteem, inability to self-regulate, and inner emptiness.