One Smile Could Say a Lot

[vc_row background_color=”rgb(249, 249, 249)” row_padding_top=”0″ row_section_id_description=”” row_padding_bottom=”0″ row_type_width_description=”” row_padding_right=”0″ row_padding_left=”0″ row_margin_top=”0″ row_margin_bottom=”0″][vc_column][md_text md_text_title1=”” md_text_title_description=”” md_text_desc_line_height=”28″ md_text_title_bottom_space=”0″ md_text_title_separator=”no” md_text_content_size=”15″ md_text_content_color=”rgb(70, 70, 70)” md_text_desc_google_fonts=”font_family:Open%20Sans%3A300%2C300italic%2Cregular%2Citalic%2C600%2C600italic%2C700%2C700italic%2C800%2C800italic|font_style:400%20regular%3A400%3Anormal”]Among the other things Fibonacci introduced to the Western world was a sequence of numbers discovered by 6th century Indian mathematicians. In that sequence each number is the sum of the previous two numbers – and it would later be named the Fibonacci Sequence. Using the numbers geometrically will create a logarithmic spiral. In case we didn’t lose you yet, we can actually show you that spiral – because it’s prominently placed right on the hood of the A9.

Maybe just really lonely. Maybe I just want to be alone. Maybe loneliness is the only way to make that happen. Like having two pairs of eyes and just seeing the same thing. Seems like such a late hour. Nothing seems, or feels new anymore. I’d live again, to feel that way once more. Among the other things Fibonacci introduced to the Western world was a sequence of numbers discovered by 6th century Indian mathematicians.

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