What’s past our solar system? What’s beyond the stars we barely see?
We live on this planet with different plants and animals. If it’s possible to have life here, why not somewhere else? What if there’s another planet exactly like ours? With the same advancements and ideas… out there, there’s a whole new world to be explored. We could just be a little speck of dust, oblivious to the things that surround us.
What if there’s a world in the universe that has these “mythical” creatures that we come up with? What if the things that we think seem to be crazy impossible for them to be actually real? Who decided to say they weren’t? NO ONE.
Even though we don’t see them, doesn’t mean they aren’t there. The superheroes that we create could be out there saving another world. Monsters could be terrorizing a different place. Mermaids, Unicorns, elves, or griffins could be living on a planet with a bunch of other creatures that we call a “myth”. Hogwarts and magic could be something we could actually see and learn about somewhere else and experience what it’s like to be wizards. A person, exactly like us, could be living in an unfamiliar planet and maybe we do all have an unknown twin out there, just not on Earth. Hiro and Baymax could also be living in a different dimension with Gogo, Honey Lemon, Wasabi, and Fred using their awesome suits and skills. The cool inventions we think of in our minds could be something someone else already discovered. In their world, they could be more advanced, skilled, and intelligent and we could finally have light sabers.
I mean, if we can come up with these things, why should we immediately think it’s probably not real? We’ve made lots of discoveries that we never knew were possible.
“If nature has taught us anything it is that the impossible is probable.” –Ilyas Kassam
In the past, we never knew some animals existed, but in fact they do.
So, maybe we should take another look out there and wonder what amazing things could be out there. We’ll never know until we believe.
“I believe in legends and myths are largely made of truth.” –J.R.R. Tolkien