I’ve always liked the saying: “You can’t win if you don’t play,” even though participation does not guarantee success.
Most of you have read The Little Engine That Could.
For self-inspiration I have often thought of that story: even as a middle aged woman: “I think I can; I think I can,” is all about the benefits of having a good attitude.
The craft shown above, is an indicator of what happens when brilliance is united with teamwork and persistence and a great deal of funding.
Thanks to all that we all have:
I hope this inspires you all also, to dare to take some risks and to try something new. If it turns out to not be good, you can let it go and try something else. It proves to be wonderful, you can stick with it for a long time.
While I do love the space exploration stuff in real life, as well science fiction such as all the Star Trek shows but also such as The Children of Loki, which I wrote and you can buy, but it’s only for adults….I also want to remind everyone and to encourage everyone to keep striving for far out awesome, fabulous spiritual attainment goals.
In the end