American writer, Richard Bach is widely known for writing biggest sellers in the 1970s including The Gift of Wings (1974), Jonathan Livingston Seagull (1970) and Illusions. He had written numerous works of fiction as well as non-fiction that were written as semi-autobiographicals, using actual or fictionalized events from his life to display his philosophy. His love of aviation and books that were related to flying in a metaphorical context stayed with him life long. Here are some words of wisdom by him that will urge you to see life with a different perspective and embrace the good and the bad.

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