A 12-year-old boy wheeled his wagon down the crowded streets of Berlin looking for the perfect spot to detonate the fireworks he'd strapped to the back of it. In the midst of a crowd he stopped, lit the fuses and watched the wagon speed off leaving a trail of fire behind.
That boy was Dr. Werner von Braun who grew up to become the director for NASA and the chief architect for the Saturn V launch vehicle making it possible for Americans to land on the moon. He's credited as being the "father of rocket science."
Von Braun believed, "Man belongs where he wants to go."
Ask yourself, where to YOU want to go? I ask myself that continually.
Before I deployed to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, my sergeant and I were deciding what goals I'd set to achieve while I was there. He suggested