Perseverance on a Whole Different Planet
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A few of days ago, NASA was able to successfully land a rover on the planet Mars.
Fittingly named "Perseverance", the rover will give us a whole new perception of the possibility of life and other research in our galaxy.
What comes from this journey, in both discoveries and future projects, remains to be seen.
But what have we seen so far?
We have seen that there is the red-colored surface.
We have seen that there are rocks.
But what we tend to overlook is the amount of hard work and dedication it took over the past decade to make this moment happen.
Sometimes, we get caught up in all our goals and accomplishments, that once we hit a goal, we automatically look at the next.
But often, we need to take a moment to pause and congratulate ourselves - or in this case, the NASA team - on the success to get there.
Not every mission is completed so easily and we often forget that.
So take a moment to look back at your past accomplishments and appreciate what you have done.
Slowly but surely, those accomplishments will continue to progress and you'll find yourself on a whole new level - or maybe even a whole new planet.