ATTITUDE AND APPROACH

An aircraft pilot knows that before he can attempt a precision maneuver he must establish his plane in a proper attitude. His instruments and sense of flight tell him when anything is wrong, and he quickly adjusts the controls to correct the condition. As he approaches an airfield, he understands that a perfect landing depends upon the attitude of his craft. An airplane in correct attitude adjusts quickly to unexpected winds or turbulence. It is secure in flight because it is yielding to the fundamentals of aerodynamics.

What is our attitude as we approach each activity in our experience? Are we mentally poised to meet any sudden gusts of evil which would try to unbalance us? Do we check often to see that we are maintaining a safe altitude of uplifted thought and that no easygoing complacence has caused us to drift from our purpose? The success of our every endeavor depends largely upon the quality of our attitude and approach.

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