"Such childhood energy I spent of feeling betrayed, By the world in general, Leah in particular. Betrayal bent me in one direction while guilt bent her the other way. We constructed our lives around a misunderstanding, and if ever I tried to pull it out and fix it now I would fall down flat. Misunderstanding is my cornerstone. It’s everyone’s, come to think of it. Illusions mistaken for truth are the pavement under our feet. They are what we call civilization." The Poisonwood Bible
Lovely scientific rendition of “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Stars” in this Girl Scouts PSA for engaging girls in STEM, reminiscent of the wonderful You Are Stardust – the illustrated story of the universe by a female author and illustrator.
Top with these illustrated biographies of exceptional women scientists.
This is great! I added a few lines:
"When you see the stars sublime,
You’re really looking back in time.
Dwarves and giants from brown to red,
They’ll still be there when you’re dead.
As we gaze up please take my hand,
Hold on to me now before the entropic heat death of the universe occurs as a result of the very fabric of space and time continuing to expand.”