If you don’t succeed try, try, again. It was NASA’s ninth attempt to land at Mars since the 1976 Viking probes and that landing happened today. This was no easy feat. The plan called for the spacecraft to go from 12,300 mph to zero in six minutes flat as it pierced the Martian atmosphere and settled on the surface.
There is massive information that will be obtained from this landing but let’s bring it into perspective for our everyday life. When we know and can see that consistency pays off, as it has at NASA, it gives us the impetus to continue to try new things until we accomplish our goals.
Remember, Mars and your goals are closer than you think.
Reiki share this week, don’t miss it.
Wednesday November 28, 6:45