"Be mindful when it comes to your words. A string of some that don't mean much to you, may stick with someone else for a lifetime." -Rachel Wolchin
Writing is such a powerful hobby due to the fact that words get around so rapidly. As a writer I have been told that on several occasions -all of those remarks have been positive. I am honored to be able to use my writing ability to share my life and my goals with everyone. Throughout time I have really developed this skill into something that is used for positive. I am determined to make this world a better place. Rachel Wolchin once said, "Be mindful when it comes to your words. A string of words that don't mean much to you, may stick with someone else for a lifetime." That saying is indeed true because words have more of an impact than we could ever imagine.
I remember one time I was not going to be a pilot when I already knew that was the only thing I wanted to be and do. Even though those words really hurt me deep down inside I really turned those into powerful motivation towards finally pursuing my long time dream. Being a pilot really only poses limitations on health wise. Other than medical concerns there should be no one stopping you from taking your eyes to the sky. Planes are very unique and flying them is even better. I specifically remember my introductory flight over the Great Salt Lake and how free that felt. It was as if the feeling of being bound to the ground was gone.
Being a pilot requires so much brainpower and limitless bouts of effort. Those who are tied to the sky should find solace and peace. That connection should keep the brain of the pilot committed to flying. If a pilot wants to fly he or she should stay committed to flying. Once in a flight program backing out should never be an option. Between the cost and the time it is so important to make sure that you are committed to flying. It is not an option to quit. I highly recommend completing an introduction flight prior to beginning the process of flight training.
"Have you ever wondered what it takes to fly? Flying is an art, a science, and a passion. The action of flight spans deeper than just an action. My experience with flight runs super deep in my veins. The Wright Brothers didn’t just invent flying, they had a dream and they made it come true. Life is absolutely wonderful, but it’s even better whilst in the air. It’s that connection, the passion, and the sheer motivation. To me, aviation really is connection to heaven. I truly feel that connection to God while soaring through the sky. When I first discovered flight I truly realized that life is so much more than what we can even fathom. So I say… just spread your wings and fly."