Stranger than Fiction / To the Moon and Back

The moon-landings would have been an achievement of mythical proportions at any time in human history. Tens of thousands of years gazing at the sky, unable to touch pale white skin of Luna, bearer of a torch in a sea of night. For a human to go where no King, Emperor, Tsar, Kaiser or Pharaoh has ever been is an achievement on par with demigods like Hercules or Orion. 

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On the Courage of Replacing Irony with Trust

Do you know that old trust exercise where someone stands behind you and you have to fall backward, trusting them to catch you? You close your eyes and give up to the force of gravity until you reach someone’s arms and slowly bounce into them. It teaches us the courage to trust people to help us at our most vulnerable. Yet, when it comes to the “real world”, way too often it feels like nowadays, nobody falls.

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My Personal Rhapsody / Memoirs of Ruta

My Personal Rhapsody is an intimate voyage to different galaxies representing lives of people who dared to step beyond their personal boundaries. By hearing their stories I do not aim to engage in a formal interview. What I look for is a free exchange between two people without pre-prepared questions.

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