One of my favorite things about Steven Universe is how the shows creators deal with the concept of loss. Each character handles their grief so realistically and accurately.  I love how Rose’s presence can still be felt throughout the show and that every character is dealing with her death in their own unique way. 

We are part of the universe; our earth was created from the universe and will one day be reabsorbed into the universe. We are made of the same matter and energy as the universe. We are not in exile here; we are at home … The universe creates us, preserves us, destroys us. It is deep and old beyond our ability to reach with our senses. It is beautiful beyond our ability to describe in words. It is complex beyond our ability to fully grasp in science. This wonder is everywhere inside you and outside you and you can never be separated from it.
—  Paul Harrison

Every living being is an engine geared to the wheelwork of the universe. Though seemingly affected only by its immediate surrounding, the sphere of external influence extends to infinite distance. There is no constellation or nebula, no sun or planet, in all the depths of limitless space, no passing wanderer of the starry heavens, that does not exercise some control over its destiny—not in the vague and delusive sense of astrology, but in the rigid and positive meaning of physical science.

More than this can be said. There is no thing endowed with life—from man, who is enslaving the elements, to the humblest creature—in all this world that does not sway it in turn. Whenever action is born from force, though it be infinitesimal, the cosmic balance is upset and universal motion result.

—  Nikola Tesla. “HOW COSMIC FORCES SHAPE OUR DESTINIES”. New York American. February 7, 1915.