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"Impossible is NOT a word.

It's just a reason for someone NOT to try."


I came across this quote on Instagram yesterday and and it struck a chord with me.  Reflecting on certain situations that have happened not only with myself, but other people, I have come to realize the truth to the quote above.

We may have situations in our life along with goals and ambitions, that we think that would be impossible to accomplish.  Events fall into place which make it difficult to accomplish dreams.

Two aviation quotes come to mind to supplement the main quote above...

"A mile of highway will only take you a mile.. A mile of runway will take you anywhere!"

"When everything seems to be going against you, remember that an airplane takes off against the wind, not with it."
-Henry Ford

When we have the dream to line up our lives for take off, we must be prepared for everything to go against us.. Even if events and the timing of them, seem impossible for us to accomplish our goals and ambitions, we must remember where our accomplishments come from, the very things that go against us.  That is how we succeed and be the Captain of our lives.  That experience and "flight time" so to speak.  That is how we take off.  And with that, the word "impossible" is not an existence, only the excuse for a person not to want their plane of success to go in the air..

With those words in mind, this website has a plane lined up for take off..:

I am very happy to share that we are breaking into a new dawn and a new day.  Within the month, this blog/website will be expanding into broadcasting.  I will be going live over the Internet broad system with book reviews, views on current events in both aviation and non-aviation topics, amongst other topics.  If you haven't already, sign up for a free account at USTREAM as we just created our channel over there entitled, "Sailing The Skies"  Please stay tuned on our social media and this blog for updates on dates and times of our broadcast.  

We look forward to seeing you there!

Have a great rest of the week!



  1. Jeremy, I love both those quotes! And... I'm excited you'll be broadcasting! And, I can hardly wait until I can join you for a great discussion!


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