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This may be at least half a year old but somehow or rather, it has a really meaningful message behind it. The first time I saw this was when Dr. Sia talked about it at the recent Youth Empowerment Camp. That was when I realised it was actually a National Geographic advertisement and everyone know NatGeo is famous for developing the most knowledgeable and inspiring promotional videos for their programme.

This, I  have to say is one of the most inspiring. Imagine tackling the most important aspect of humans but yet the most unnoticeable aspect: The Magnificent Human Mind.

We humans have always been the most intelligent life forms on planet Earth and our achievements are not something to be sneered at either. All of that comes from the 5 wives and 1 husband all humans have: What? Where? When? Why? Who? How?

It is the curiosity of humans which have boosted the human species to the point of supremacy, able to conquer anything as long as we are determined to do so. From the deepest oceans to the highest mountains, to innovating life and exploring the final frontier. All of the great moments achieved by man is a result of wanting to know more, wanting to explore deeper, move faster and go further than any living organism has gone before.

Now, without further ado, allow me to present the ‘If’ anthem, NatGeo’s way of celebrating human being’s persistence to wanting to learn more:

All copyrights to this video is reserved by National Geographic 2010. The writer of this blog is only sharing the inspiration.

If you are, you breathe.
If you breathe, you talk.
If you talk, you ask.
If you ask you think.
If you think, you search.
If you search, you experience.
If you experience, you learn.
If you learn, you grow.
If you grow, you wish.
If you wish, you find.
If you find, you doubt.
If you doubt, you question.
If you question, you understand
If you understand, you know.
If you know, you want to know more.
If you want to know more, you are alive

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I hope this video has been able inspire you to achieve greater heights and to push yourself beyond your limits to be better and better. With that said, I wish you, my dear readers, all the best in all of your future undertakings and challenges. Godspeed

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