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Motivation is momentary, inner flare is lasting.

A solar flare is an intense and abrupt release of electromagnetic radiation in the atmosphere of the Sun, localized in active regions. Flares are the most violent explosions in the solar system, and they can also be seen on many other stars. They don’t last long, from a few minutes to a few hours at most and they are detected as sudden and intense increases in brightness. A change in a star’s magnetic field accelerates electrons making them approach the speed of light and interact with the highly charged plasma of which most stars are composed, causing intense emission along the entire electromagnetic spectrum. Being closed magnetic channels that hold the solar plasma, these regions are mostly arc-shaped. Strong flares can gradually involve entire arcs of magnetic channels. Sometimes the strength of the flare is strong enough to break these channels, causing giant solar flares, with clouds of plasma projected into interplanetary space.


“Life moves out of a red flare of dreams
Into a common light of common hours,
until old age brings the red flare again.“
W.B. Yeats, The Land of Heart’s Desire (1894)

“As an atheist, I believe that all life is unspeakably precious, because it’s only here for a brief moment, a flare against the dark, and then it’s gone forever.
No afterlives, no second chances, no backsies. ”
J. Michael Straczynski, Passing Through Gethsemane

No afterlives,
no second chances,
no backsies.
Life is what you do with it.
The meaning of life is your choice.
Search for the truth, live according to it.
Chase your light and flare.

AI generated art: Stas Sumarokov – digital generative artist and creative coder, València – Spain
Video generated with text-to-image Stable Diffusion, upscaled (ESRGAN) and interpolated (FILM)
Video editing: GOLD MASS

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