12 January, 2008

In Memory of The Ultimate Adventurer

Very few people live their lives to the fullest and as whole and adventurous as Sir Edmund Hillary did. Not only did he, and his Sherpa guide, became the first to scale the 29,035-foot summit of Mount Everest, the world’s tallest peak; not only did he once 'dash' across the Antarctic; not only did he explore places where no human being had gone before and captured a world's imagination, but Sir Edmund too - is said to have been a humble, down to Earth man; a man who helped much in making a difference and positively changing lives of many in Nepal.

May God rest his soul in Peace.

Photo: ABC News

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