It is said that no pilot is ever lost, it’s just at times they are uncertain of where they are! I am a good pilot, I follow along my journey through life with every interest in each moment, often uncertain of where I am, but certain that I’m enjoying the ride.
It has been much like this with any projects I have undertaken; my most difficult stage was whether to start or not. Once I decided to go ahead, I put my hard hat on and hung in there as if my life depended on it.
The result was that I felt accomplished once the task was complete, but dreaded taking on the next task. After a time I wizened up and began to undertake tasks without the end in sight, rather enjoying each process as I went along, right up to the end. Now its become a joy looking for, and starting new projects.
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The president stood, flanked by high ranking military officers on the raised deck. A little to one side stood a young Marine, who held the Medal of Honor with the two loose ends of a blue ribband. It was a warm day in Washington DC, there might have been, at the very least, two hundred people crowded into the airy flag bedecked room.
An orderly walked on to the deck and signaled the occupants of the room to silence.
“Ladies and Gentlemen, the President of the United States of America!” He stated.