Nebula's Point of View:
As a Nebula, I aman amateur at "living." It is mandatory that I learn to live in the conditions I was born into. I have to adapt as a baby star, and grow to shine as bright as I can and be successful at providing light for other planets for possible life. I have a big responsibility, for I am the birthplace for stars.
Protostar's Point of View:
I am made when a Nebula clumps together and collapses on itself. There is, however, a downside to being a protostar. I am not dense or hot enough to be considered a star yet. I want to be a star. I will become a star if it is the last thing I do!
Main Sequence Star
Main Sequence Star's Point of View:
I AM FINALLY A STAR! WOOHOO! RAISING THE ROOF FOR ME. YAY! YAY! YAY!
Being a star is boring. It's basic. I want to be something bigger. Something better. I want more of a responsibility...
Red Giant's Point of View:
I found out how to be bigger than a boring and basic main sequence star. All my main sequence star friends are thriving to get on my level. Soon they will be, and I need to gain my power back. Wow. I sound really really power-hungry. I should calm down.
– Breathe in, breathe out. – Okay... All better.
Planetary Nebula Point of View:
I have become larger. I'm made of gas and dust. I don't have as many layers as I did when I was a main sequence star, but I do, however remain superior to other certain stars. –– I really need to stop being so rude and cocky. Anyways, I plan to become even better than this.
White Dwarf Point of View:
I don't know what's happening. I don't feel as confident. I am shrinking. I do not feel good about myself. All my friends that were inferior to me before are superior to me now. I feel sad.
Black Dwarf Point of View:
I am getting worse. I feel sick. I think I'm doing what those –– what are they called? Oh yeah –– humans, do when they are done living. Is it called... dying? Yeah, it's called dying. AM I DYING?! OH GOD, I THINK I'M DYING.