What Happened to Laika in Space?

dog in the space


I had finished writing two pages of my new book and felt some boredom. I thought of going out for a walk under the moonlight. It was a summer moonlit and the breeze was passing through my hair. It passed through the hair of my dog Leica. Before that night I did not notice that the stars looked as if they were walking. A crowded procession for
The pilgrimage and then put in me a strange question asked only by the insane or the great and they are crazy in a different and attractive way I said: 'Where do all these stars go like a procession for The pilgrimage?' 


A falling star passed through the I was trying to take a quick look but it was gone. Then I asked another question who called my dog 'Leica'? Is there a great dog that has lived before that name?        I came back home and searched the internet with all the dogs who carried this name. The name of Leica, the dog that the Soviets sent into space as a space astronaut, was when Leica ate her food when I zoomed in on the computer screen and stopped eating. And jumped to my luck and I was still contemplating the picture where the Russian astronaut Leica shows the suit astronauts put the helmet.
I felt in parts of the time that between my dog and that space astronaut cosmic connection is difficult to explain this communication that made my dog become calmer and more balanced so that I felt days later that this image had a strong and deep impact on my dog was walking it looks different to me.
 I extracted that image from The computer stuck to the wall and I noticed it.
I went back to writing the next day but my mind was busy thinking about the order of the Leica they sent into space what happened to her, what are you doing now?


Is Laika the dog still in space?

The most important thing that we humans should remember about the flight of the astronaut  Leica into space is what would have been described to us and to all the dogs of the world if it were usually now ... It was a dog who lived in the street and ate from the garbage, sometimes she stole from the shops and then ran away. And she had bad experiences with hunger and disease and the children who were constantly chasing her but did not give up, but increased all those factors of hardness and strength until the day she got her chance and subjected scientists to physical experiments and found that it is only suitable for the task that seemed impossible at that time We are the nation of humans to the other edge of the universe where there is only the unknown that Albert Einstein said about 'there is no greatness in our lives nor glory unless we cross through the curtain of fear to the port of the unknown'

Conclusion:

After a week I went back to writing and was surprised by the flow of my thoughts. I felt an inner peace and pride moving in my heart. Two months later I decided to visit the space museum in Russia. A friend accompanied me there, where there is a memorial in honor of that wonderful astronaut that we were and will continue to owe to her with much freedom, curiosity, and ambition. No matter if you are a human being or an animal to make your destiny, the vast Falcon, like the ocean, can all hold us in his arms.


samir

My name is Samir nadri calls me friend, magician, because I have a unique talent is the ability to dive deep in others and expressing best of them, I love writing books I have some motivational books and novels, said Wayne Dyer ' who are we in the end, only Windows through which reflect creative energy To illuminate the paths of this world which is getting gloomier every day ' I love dogs because they give us a lot of lessons and make us talk to ourselves like limpid water.