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Beginnings and Endings: Lots in Between

From the blog post:

It is wonderful to be able to connect with projects and people that are making the world a better place, and being able to fly over these areas and see them from this incredible vantage point. All of us on our planet are connected through our shared humanity – even those of us living in space. … See the full post.

One of the things I was curious about was the stars we could see from there at night. Thanks for commenting.

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Thanks for keeping us updated!

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through your comments and post many of us can see the wonder of being in space, your eyes become ours Ron, thanks for sharing!

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great words and pics....

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I love reading your posts and getting your perspective of your experiences. They are like no others. Thanks and look forward to your next one.

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I have been enjoying all these blog entries and I particularly like the insight they provide into your space adventure. You're doing a great job that goes beyond treating us with marvelous pics from space. Thank you!

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Good to know there are people like you make possible. Some are sports fans, others are fans of singers. Some are fans of the actors. I'm a fan of astronauts. Although the astronaut Cady touch a flute very well, is not common to hear over and over what astronauts have to say. But it should. I am very pleased with `Fragile Oasis` by providing a communication channel for those who like interesting astronautics. Finally, I congratulate you for volunteer work for those most in need. The playing of life only has grace if you have a good heart. Congratulations!

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I'm not sure why, but this post cause a swell of emotions in me. I feel there is more I should be doing in life and with my life. That's Ron...it's posts like these that inspire people like me!

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`thanks` not `that's` I must be tired :)

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My response was a similar pit-of-the-stomach one, like that of adcunningham, especially with the City Lights from Space photo. It's a view I'll never see personally, so thank you, bloggernaut Ron, from the bottom of (another organ) my heart for showing us your heart.

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