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Following the 'Nudge"

Saturday, September 13, 2014



Ted Robbins was a somewhat round, disheveled dressed pilot and the owner of Flying Aces of Opa Locka, Florida. The T-Shirts that represented this flight school included Opa Locka being misspelled as Opla Locka. The Flying Aces offices were furnished with mis-matched broken down seating and coffee cup ring stained tables. Ted was also one of the most talented pilots I have ever known. It was thrilling to witness, i.e. when I was attempting to land at Tamiami Airport and was over the numbers and still 900 feet above the ground when I should have only been a few feet. ,, Ted took over and did a maneuver where he made the Grumman TR-2 swing from side to side without any forward movement, until we touched down right on the numbers. It was the first and only time I ever heard gasps of amazement from control tower as they complimented the landing. Anyway in the course of learning flight rules such as when traveling East (0-179 degrees) with Visual Flight Rules (as opposed to Instrument Flight Rules) one always kept an altitude of x odd thousand increments plus 500 feet and traveling West the x even thousands of feet plus 500 feet. His final and noteworthy lesson on proper altitude was “If you feel the nudge to change altitude ...do so!!”
I do believe in Guardian Angels*...and following the ‘nudge’.
*Allies from other dimensions not easily explained in words as the dimensions can include from our own spirit in connection with higher wisdom

What do you feel about nudges?
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