Yet again, I’m blown away by the beauty of nature. More so, I am in awe of the intricate science behind it all. Just look at aurora borealis, better known as the northern lights, for example. Green and pink waves of colour glow in the night sky above the poles, but there is a reason this happens. It excites me that we are living in an age where information is freely available – that we are able to uncover the mystery behind natural phenomena, such as the northern lights, that left people baffled for thousands of years, by simply turning the page of a magazine. You guessed right – a magazine like Supernova! How privileged we are!
I find that the more general knowledge you have, the easier it is to contribute to conversations, do well in quizzes, and even make difficult decisions sometimes. It is so important to read as much as you can and to stay up-to-date with the latest information because new discoveries are being made all the time.
Yes, it does kinda boggle the mind, but I guess what I am really trying to say is this: stay curious! Keep asking questions about stuff you want to know and do your best to get an answer. True Supernova kids, are curious kids, and I say that it’s the curious kids that are our future leaders!
I’d love to hear all about the discoveries you’ve made! Let me know and I will publish your letter on ‘The Pin Board’!