David H. Levy's Evening Stars: Ad astra per aspera
January 2011: No matter what difficulties get in your way, reaching the stars will always be worth it.
November 19, 2010
Ad astra per aspera is a famous Latin phrase meaning “to the stars through difficulties” — if you wish to do something badly enough, like gaze upon the stars, you shouldn’t let anything stop you. Allow neither disability nor cloudy nights to prevent you from engaging that passion.|
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