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Late night writer🌙 Internet enthusiast 💻 Active reader 📖 Researcher 🔎 Bibliophile 📚 “Creativity Is Intelligence Having Fun” —Albert Einstein 💡

“Genius is an overused word. The world has known only about a half dozen geniuses. I got only fairly near.” — Fritz Kreisler

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That will help you feel blessed

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“God, thank you for creating me.”


The story of a true gentleman

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And will change the way you think about success

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If you feel that you are close to fulfilling all these characteristics, you are on the right track in your career as a writer.


“Whatever you find to do with your hands, do it with all you might.” — Salomon

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“There is only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that’s your own self.”
— Aldous Huxley


“The impossible exists only until we find a way to make it possible” — Mike Horn

Clermont, the first steam ship, designed by Robert Fulton, 1807. Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images


“To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom.” — Bertrand Russell

Alexander the Great in battle Persian King Darius III Alexander the Great Issus 331 B. C . Mosaic Pompeii 100 B | Photo by: Peter Horree / Alamy Stock Photo

“To conquer fear is…


The SD-03 model is scheduled to be launched in 2023

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Crying he deplored the float that had ended his life

The Last Supper — Leonardo Da Vinci — Photo by: (www.wikipedia.org)


And collect samples of debris that will transform what we know about our universe and about the earth

Captured by the spacecraft’s SamCam camera on Oct. 22, 2020, this series of three images shows that the sampler head on NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft is full of rocks and dust collected from the surface of the asteroid Bennu. They show also that some of these particles are slowly escaping the sampler head. Analysis by the OSIRIS-REx team suggests that bits of material are passing through small gaps where the head’s mylar flap is slightly wedged open. The mylar flap (the black bulge on the left inside the ring) is designed to keep the collected material locked inside, and these unsealed areas appear to be caused by larger rocks that didn’t fully pass through the flap. Based on available imagery, the team suspects there is plentiful sample inside the head, and is on a path to stow the sample as quickly as possible. Credits: NASA

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