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by Suford Lewis
December 23, 2016
When I was in the first grade, my godfather sent me a copy of Nature's Little Golden Book of Stars for my birthday. It was above my grade level, but I was fascinated by it. I looked up all the hard words in either the dictionary or the Encyclopedia Britannica (or both, several times) until I understood them all and I read it over and over and over! It changed my life. I fell in love with the universe; with space!
It expanded my world literally billions of times both in space and time. I immediately wanted to become an astronomer ... more »
by Michella Warren
December 20, 2016
I am half native American Indian from the Navajo tribe (Apache de Navajo), and half Bahraini Arabic. I would say that if this has taught me anything, it’s that you should never judge a book by its cover, and by that I mean people. I have learned different ways of viewing life and the way people see the world as a whole because of my parents’ backgrounds.
One thing I have always loved about space is that by looking up, I was never judged. I was always a fan of science, as in my culture we view the Earth and the ... more »
by Bibbi Ahrnstedt
December 20, 2016
Thank you for the journey. I will end my membership 2017. I am sending my glass image, "Tribute to the Universe" and thank you all www.glassfusing.nu Greetings and love, Bibbi Ahrnstedt Sweden... more »
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