We are often hoodwinked. We take ourselves too seriously. We take others too seriously. This makes us uptight. Being uptight we grasp onto situations, words spoken by others, and our ego tightly. When we relax, we allow ourself to become spacious. Seeing the galaxies reminds us of our folly, of how inconsequential we really are. Recognizing the delusion of solidity gives us permission to be spacious. Let go of grasping at ourselves, others, and the world. It is no longer viable. See through it. No longer are we at the mercy of delusion. We’ve suffered too long, too much. Enough.