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As the late Carl Sagan was fond of saying, "We are all made of star stuff." This statement arises from the fact that all the elements in our bodies were created in the internal thermonuclear furnaces of stars billions of years ago. As these stars aged and eventually exploded as novae or supernovae, they spewed these elements back into interstellar space, where they eventually coalesced together again under the force of gravity to form new stars, planets, and finally life.

So even though not many of us will be fortunate enough to become a movie star, popular singer, famous scientist, or a supermodel, we can take comfort in the fact that all of us were once a part of that brilliant, twinkling night sky, and will one day return there, to become once again a shining member of our beautiful universe.

Dieter Reimers, Toronto (CANADA)

Steve's comment, re- Carl Sagan, is wonderfully put and so very true and right to the point. I couldn't say it any better !! Well done...........

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