i forgot that we are suppose to die this year im so excited
The Naga fireballs (also referred to as Mekong lights) are a natural, inexplicable phenomenon witnessed along the Mekong River, in Thailand and Laos. They refer to the glowing, reddish balls, which vary in size and rise from the water into the air, before disappearing. The bizarre event takes place every October around the night of Wan Awk Pansa. It is estimated between tens and thousands of fireballs shoot from the river, some reaching a hundred meters in height. Though many scientists have attempted to explain the phenomenon (commonly as a spontaneous ignition of gases from the river), there is no substantial evidence to back their theories. Instead, the legend by locals – that the balls are produced by a mythical snake, the Naga or Phaya Naga, living in the river to celebrate the end of Buddhist lent – is given more credence. An annual festival is held to celebrate the Naga fireballs.
It’s true though. We all experience traumatic events, things just keep happening. But the way you let them effect you, and your ability to grow or regress, that’s where we have the choice.