Small Flight

We humans dream of flying, of soaring like hawks on outstretched arms. But mostly we hop, rather than soar. We launch ourselves up, and promptly come back to earth. Perhaps these tiny moments of flight are just as glorious as the unattainable soaring, if only for the fact that we can actually make them happen.

What small victory will you celebrate today?

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One response to “Small Flight

  1. Martin

    I practiced. For the most part, I enjoyed doing so.

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