Everyone was born with significance, with the potential to make a significant difference in the world we share and steward as a race. The question is: will you dare to reveal it?— Gregg Hake
Author Archives: Gregg Hake
Self-righteousness — the state of being which is produced and sustained by placing opinions about facts above the acknowledgment of truth — lies at the root of most human misery.
A man’s stature is neither found in his will to steel himself against his enemies nor in his ability to steal the limelight from others, rather, it is established in the scope and depth of his willingness to be a … Continue reading
“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, … Continue reading
“When we contemplate the whole globe as one great dewdrop, striped and dotted with continents and islands, flying through space with all other stars all singing and shining together as one, the whole universe appears as an infinite storm of … Continue reading
“I may be flying a complicated airplane, rushing through space, but in this cabin I’m surrounded by simplicity and thoughts set free of time. How detached the intimate things around me seem from the great world down below. How strange … Continue reading