Another blessed reminder concerning how small we are in the big picture of God's spacescape. The two bright lights in the center of this photo are stars in our own Milky Way galaxy. They are surrounded by a number of other galaxies, which are trillions of miles further away, in this wonderful shot from the Hubble Space Telescope. It is interesting to see that one of the galaxies is a side shot, while the other large one is angled at 45 degrees. The third, smaller galaxy is face on, while the fourth appears as a fuzzy ball. Only God could provide such symmatry in diversity in the vast universe that we live in.