Cosmophile means: Cosmophile. One word can describe the feeling of overwhelming wonder and reverence for all things. You are trying to understand the larger picture. It’s impossible to feel a childlike wonder at this place and want more every day. It is a cheap way to describe the universe as “gods’ work.” It is partly because of the process that it was made. I find it fascinating to look at the entire universe and think about all the work, time, thought, and effort that went into making it. This beautiful work of art is more than a nice thing. It allows you to see how it came to be. Theists who look at the universe and say God made it will just think “Oh, that’s so beautiful” without any depth. I find it irritating that the flowers are blooming. (in Community Dictionary, added by Ashleigh Le)
What else does Cosmophile mean?
- One word can describe the feeling of overwhelming wonder and awe at the universe. It’s not just beautiful, it has complex and intricate processes that have made it what is it today. The love for the universe. (in Community Dictionary, added by Adonis Saunders)