Think of the Possibilities

April 8, 2011

Orville Wright died in 1948.

Neil Armstrong was in his first year of college and already a pilot in 1948.

In 5,000 years of human history, man only dreamed of flying.

The man who made the first human-controlled flight possible could easily have met the man who would walk on the moon.

In less than a generation man went from his flight of 120′ piloted by Orville Wright to a round-trip, complete with moon walk, flight piloted by Neil Armstrong of more than 500,000 miles.

Orville could have met Neil. They could have met.

I wonder if Orville imagined the possibilities when he took that first 120 foot flight.

I think he did.

Do you allow yourself time to consider the possibilities of your lifetime?

Chris Reich

Chris Reich

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