In the beginning, we’re too busy worrying about what the other person thinks, and if that slight graze of hands was a signal. We’re too busy handling the butterflies in our bellies, and stressing about saying the right things.
In the end, we become so comfortable with each other, that we don’t worry about any of those things. So we pass the time picking fights, and saying mean things. We stop worrying about losing that one special person, and instead, we push them away.
Another look at life in space. This time how a candle burns aboard the International Space Station (ISS).
A comparison between the combustion of a candle on Earth (left) and in a microgravity environment, such as that found on the ISS.
Misery at its finest.