Any fool can bemoan his circumstances. More noble is the man who, in every conceivable situation, makes the best of the occasion.— Gregg Hake
Author Archives: Gregg Hake
“The Wright brothers flew through the smoke screen of impossibility.” — Dorothea Brande How many things in your life have proven to be nothing more than the “smoke screen of impossibility”? Life’s challenges are often daunting when they are first … Continue reading
“The Wright Brothers created the single greatest cultural force since the invention of writing. The airplane became the first World Wide Web, bringing people, languages, ideas, and values together.” — Bill Gates, Co-founder, Microsoft Corporation It’s hard to imagine the … Continue reading
“Sometimes, flying feels too godlike to be attained by man. Sometimes, the world from above seems too beautiful, too wonderful, too distant for human eyes to see…” — Charles A. Lindbergh, The Spirit of St. Louis, 1953 *Photos taken from … Continue reading
I had the pleasure of touring the Kennedy Space Center recently and I found the entire complex to be a testament to human ingenuity and natural splendor. The feats of derringdo wrought from the various launch pads that dot this … Continue reading
“Power”, a haiku by Gregg Hake Summer thunderstorm Roars into life overhead- Power beyond man’s
“Honesty’s Treasure”, a haiku by Gregg Hake Honesty’s treasure: Heart and mind in agreement- Let the truth be known.