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Newsletter: 2021 June

“Far up in the deep blue sky, Great white clouds are floating by; All the world is dressed in green; Many happy birds are seen, Roses bright and sunshine clear; Show that lovely June is here.” – F. G. Sanders For those living in the northern hemisphere, June welcomes the mid-summer season. Despite the glooms…
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Newsletter: 2021 May

“Watch the stars in their courses and imagine yourself running alongside them. Think constantly on the changes of the elements into each other, for such thoughts wash away the dust of earthly life.” – Marcus Aurelius, Roman emperor, 121-180 CE – Let’s look at the night sky as Marcus Aurelius did in his time. We…
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Newsletter: 2021 April

“Why then the world’s mine oyster, which I with sword will open!” — W. Shakespeare, The Merry Wives of Windsor (c. 1600)– “Poisson d’avril!” April starts with All Fools’ Day. Play a trick on someone, or stick a picture of fish on your friend’s back – the tradition dates back to the 16th century, thanks to…
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Newsletter: 2021 March

“Knowledge is what makes things enjoyable. The more you know, the better, so that enjoyment and enthusiasm can resolve into innovation.” – Pedro Duque, Spanish astronaut, 1963 – “Tango, Delta” – “Touchdown confirmed!” After travelling nearly 300 million miles, NASA’s Perseverance spacecraft landed on Mars on 18th Feb 2021. By now, you likely have seen images…
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Newsletter: 2021 February

“Since you yourself are one of the parts that serve to perfect a social system, let your every action contribute to the perfecting of social life” – Marcus Aurelius, Roman emperor, 121-180 CE – We, human, are social creatures. This month, more than 1.4 billion people (yes, that is ~ 20% of the world’s population)…
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Newsletter: 2021 January

“Let all your efforts be directed to something, let it keep that end in view.” – Seneca, Roman Stoic philosopher, c. 4 BCE -65 CE – I hope Seneca’s wisdom above will help us kick-start 2021! Having an end in the plan does not guarantee one will reach it, but not having it in mind…
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