Thanks for the question, I like it. Since 1991, I have become very interested in the Milky Way with its 400,000,000,000 stars. In 1991 'they' said was 100,000,000,000. In 2005 I heard on the radio that it was 400b. What? I phoned up the Perth Observatory to check. "Yes, the evidence says it is 400b." And that is just in our ordinary galaxy called The Milky Way. Sad to say that our sun is just an ordinary sized star in the top corner of our galaxy, and will only last another 66 million years (or was it 2 billion?). Heck, that's not very long! The nearest star to ours is Alpha Centauri and that is 94,700,266,000,000, km away from us. Phew! That's a long walk. Who, or whatever made our galaxy, the making of Mars and 13 other planets would be a simple 'after hours job'. Mars is about 50 million km away and the sun is 125 million km away from us. There are 5,000 to 100,000 galaxies in the universe, and still counting. I believe that the one true God made it all. King David wrote: "He counts the stars and calls them all by name." (Psalm 139:4). How, I cannot imagine. "Thanks God." It's beautiful. This is not a question but a very helpful 'Power statement' from Mr Zig Ziglar. " You're where you are, you're what you are because of what has gone into your mind. You can change where you are, you can change what you are, by changing what goes into your mind." (Zig Ziglar, Perth 1984) Think about it! A lovely girl in my Scripture class wrote some years ago: "Your mind is not a rubbish tip - so don't put garbage into it." One-hundred percent good sense! Ask yourself: "Is what I put into my mind, doing me good or is some of it plain filth and I would be better without it?" May you be where God can bless your future life.