Image Source: Last Second Before Taking Off by Me
This is the last seconds before the airplane taking off on the run way from the LA International Airport. It’s amazing how fuzzy the far distance is. I guess the pilot is pretty used to the weather condition. This reminds me that a well trained pilot can take us everywhere and land safely.
Are you ready to take off or to land?
What the heck is this question? If I don’t tell you what this photo was for? What will you think about the next move of the plane? Is it taking off or landing?
I am very easily getting inspired by the situation I am running into. Yes. I am finally backed home from a 3 months long vacation (sort of). I land safely. I have been staying home, and work hard and play hard for almost a month now. I have had a weekend confession, which you can read here at Weekend Confession – A cloudless day to hang out with my darling.
Now it’s time to get back to my progress one more time. I think my business plane is taking off again. Everything seems to be under my control. Now is matter of how long the plane can fly without refill the gas tank and how much to refill the plane. Of course, I want the plane to land safely at the end of the journey.
The plane has my most important passengers. My health, my dream, my happy family and myself as the pilot. To be able to fly this huge plane, I have to get myself well trained. Not just be able to know from the inside out, I also need to be able to cooperate with the passengers.
Now. I have to watch out for other plane on the sky and listening to the controller. When I fly on the open sea without any contact, I am on my own. I have to make sure I fly to the right direction without any assistant. Forget about the GPS, I need to have faith that I can fly to the destination without any problems.
I think we are the pilot in our life. We should always know where we are heading to. We control our life, we set our direction and we fly to it, which lead us to achieve what we want and be who what we dreamed to be.
Are you flying your airplane? Are you taking off?