When we get in to action, do we exercise enough diligence? Do we consciously resist the temptations to act in haste?
A professional photographer was told that a 2-seater plane would be waiting for him at noon at the local airport.
Arriving at the airport, he saw a 2-seater plane with its propellers on, warming-up just outside the hangar.
Greeting the pilot, he jumped-in with his bag, and said ‘Let’s go!’
The pilot took off. After a few minutes he requested the pilot – ‘Please fly low over the mountain’. The pilot asked ‘why?’. ‘So that I can take some good pictures’ he replied.
The pilot went silent for a moment – then retorted ‘So you are not my flying instructor?’.
While we get in to action, do we exercise adequate diligence?
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