You know what the first rule of flying is? Love (Serenity, 2005)
We can’t just know things, we must know ourselves
We can "learn all the math" there is but we need people
You and me, that's what we need
after we launch ourselves, ships, words, & ambitions, to stay in flight
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"You know what the first rule of flying is? ...Love.
You can learn all the math in the 'verse, but you take a boat in the air you don't love, she'll shake you off just as sure as the turning of the worlds.
Love keeps her in the air when she oughta' fall down...Makes her a home."
Words of parting by Captain Malcolm Reynolds in the movie “Serenity”, based on cult hit series “Firefly”, as he pilots his ship, Serenity, back to the stars, in the world of his ship - his home.
No matter how life is on your "world", your life, you can't fly further, faster and higher on just knowing things, you must also know what's going on inside both yourself and others.
We can’t just know things, we must know ourselves.
We can "learn all the math" there is but we need people.
You and me, that's what we need after we launch ourselves, our boats, our ships, our words and ambitions, to stay in flight.
Our journey through the worlds we've created, discovered, and rediscovered together is all there is. May the journey never end.
I begin with "How's Your World?", the "hello and how are you?" of the future. I end with this message for former strangers who are new friends and acquaintances - fellow travelers of the new world that's unfolding around us.
Remember what keeps us in the air: each other.
Keep creating and connecting.
You are sending to, and receiving from, the entirety of it.
"Can't stop the signal... Everything goes somewhere, and I go everywhere."
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