30.1.11

SIRIUS

Sirus is a star: The brightest stare on the night sky. This particular star is twice as bright as the next brightest star. It's name can be traced back to Ancient Greek and is translated into the word glowing. The star is easy recognizable not only by being the brightest star, but also because it is in a direct line from Orion's belt.

When I look up at the sky I can't help but to be drawn into a world of dreams - a place where everything is possible, and everyone is handed a fair chance to succeed. For just a second or two I can actually reach for the stars.

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