Every day is different

There are days in which nothing happens and days in which everything might change. Do you know how many times a carbon ion is attracted by a hydrogen atom? Well, let me tell you: 10 trillion times a day. And do you know how many times an oxygen electron joins this mix? Just once – or at least, up until now it has happened only once. And do you know what happened that time? The Universe was born.

Now go and tell the carbon ions that every day is the same. Go tell that to Donald Trump who one day would become the President of the United States, against all the odds. And go tell that to Bob Dylan that one he would be awarded a Nobel Prize. In our line of work we know that every single day is important and that our challenges will never cease to grow.