In case you missed it, while the Olympics were being televised (on considerable time delay) from London, a few guys and even fewer women at a government agency managed to launch a piece of fragile technology from a planet spinning in orbit toward another planet spinning in orbit millions of miles away and had it land—softly—precisely where it was supposed to land. That’s like doing a perfect balance beam routine every day for 255 days—with an anvil on your back.

(Quote Source) Makes sense to me. What if we did celebrate science, education, and environmental achievements like we celebrate, critique, sponsor, and invest in the Olympics? Would be an interesting one wouldn’t it? I wonder what it would mean for global progress on issues of economics, success, justice, and faith if we were so bold.