Carefully examine your motivation
for wanting to become a pilot. If you
learn to fly for someone else or to
prove to someone that you can—you
will always be flying for that person
and will remain a passenger in
many respects. If you chose to fly
because it was the most rewarding
thing you have ever done, then your
accomplishments and failures are
authentic and you deserve to be
pilot in command.
Never underestimate the number
of sincere and generous pilots
who want to help someone who is
motivated to learn to fly.
The first step is to truly want it;
the next step is to earn it. The end
reward is you may someday have
the opportunity to fly the planes you
have always dreamed of flying.
If that happens, be sure to name
them. I believe your planes can love
you back—but only if you show your
admiration by naming them.
Sarah Wilson’s Blu
Patents 6,271,769 B1 & 6,940,425
www.Advanced-Flight-Systems.com Phone:(503) 263-0037
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