The Art of Letting Go

It’s when you let go that you’ll learn how to fly…
It’s only through flying that you’ll have the chance to touch the sky…
But soon you’ll realize that you’ve been flying for too long…
and when you’ve been up there for quite some time you begin to realize that you’re free and you’ve always been all along…
You’ll start to think that you’re all alone but nevertheless you’re free…
What matters most is for you to remember that…
NO MATTER HOW HIGH YOU’VE GONE OR HOW MANY CLOUDS YOU’VE TOUCHED,
AT THE END OF THE DAY YOU STILL HAVE TO KEEP YOUR FEET ON THE GROUND.
‘CAUSE THAT’S WHERE YOU’RE FROM AND THAT’S WHERE YOU’RE BOUND TO BE…

Altitude: 14,000ft
Terminal Velocity: 120mph
Freefall Time: 60 seconds
Lt. Kay Larkin Airfield, Palatka, Florida
04-17-2011

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4 comments

  1. way to go, Ayn!

    1. thank you! 🙂

  2. very nice;)

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