“Hello, world!” is usually the first thing a coder outputs to the screen when they’re learning a new computer language. This has been a thing since the 1980s; I remember doing it on a VIC-20 on display at a local department store.
10 PRINT “HELLO, WORLD!”
20 GOTO 10
This would cause HELLO, WORLD to scroll endlessly on the display until someone hit the BREAK key. Good times.
For the last week I’ve been getting up before sunrise and going for a 30 minute walk to start my day. The practice has improved my mood and an improved mood is always a good thing.
This morning’s pre-sunrise sky said “Hello, world!” to me. It was simple, but beautiful.
I could have watched it forever.