There is, after all, a man on the moon


So often we lose perspective. What is this all about? Where do I fit in the bigger scheme of things? Do I even fit?

A perspective of the bigger picture can make all the difference.

The following is apparently a true story.

During a visit to the NASA space centre in 1962, President John F. Kennedy noticed a janitor.

He interrupted his tour, walked over to the man, and introduced himself saying “Hi, I’m Jack Kennedy. What are you doing?”   

“Well, Mr. President,” the janitor responded, “I’m helping put a man on the moon.”

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Bennie Mostert
By Bennie Mostert