Views from Above – Part XII

“For pilots sometimes see behind the curtain, behind the veil of gossamer velvet, and find the truth behind man, the force behind a universe.” — Richard Bach, Biplane, 1966

To know the truth of another is to look past limitation, hesitation, unwillingness, fear, and inflated ego. The eyes of truth penetrate unreality, and see past the false fronts of insecurity, inferiority, vanity, and conceit. In truth, we find reality.







*Photos taken by Gregg Hake with in a Piper Saratoga TCII with an Apple iPhone 3GS over Long Island, NY

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One Response to Views from Above – Part XII

  1. Steve says:

    I love the sun pictures. They convey your words,” in truth we find reality,” so brightly!

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