Join me @ IBOtoolbox for free.
James Randolph
Member Since: 1/26/2013

performance / stats
Country: United States
Likes Received: 3504
Featured Member: 6 times
Associates: 1202
Wall Posts: 1977
Comments Made: 3809
Press Releases: 192
Videos: 9
Phone: 732-997-9883
Skype:     jrando8
profile visitor stats
TOTAL: 149018
are we ibo associates?
active associates
Louise Kinnear    
Last logged on: 5/21/2019

Lawrence Bergfeld    
Last logged on: 5/21/2019

Eugenijus Sakalauskas    
Last logged on: 5/21/2019

Ezworksystem Opportunities    
Last logged on: 5/21/2019

Rix Robinson    
Last logged on: 5/21/2019

Sule Yesufu    
Last logged on: 5/21/2019

Elena Garas    
Last logged on: 5/21/2019

victor chukwuemeka    
Last logged on: 5/21/2019

Dorothy Allen    
Last logged on: 5/21/2019

Jack Dawson     
Last logged on: 5/21/2019

Crypto Vend    
Last logged on: 5/21/2019

Michael Gielfeldt    
Last logged on: 5/21/2019

Earl Stringer    
Last logged on: 5/21/2019

Abe Taddesse    
Last logged on: 5/21/2019

Cosmos Parris    
Last logged on: 5/21/2019

other ibo platforms

James Randolph   My Press Releases

Might a Peril be a Blessing in Disquise?

Published on 12/16/2015
For additional information  Click Here

A blessing in disguise... Are you kidding? How can that be?

Well, let me tell my story about what happened in the first phase of my flight training. 


In San Jose, CA after only ten hour of flight training, I found myself in a stall while taking off from the runway. Ordinarily one can recover from a stall if the correct procedures are followed. But for a beginner, and not having gone through "stall recovery" training, it was my worse nightmare.


I had just taken off from the runway and climbed to a good altitude but noticed the plane had stopped climbling. I checked my instruments when I discovered I had applied "full flaps" and the plane would not continue to climb with full flaps on. So I did what any novice would do with little training: I immediately brought flaps up and the plane went nose down plummeting toward the ground.


I did everything I knew that might control my descent but nothing worked. It only got worse. I pulled back on the control wheel, I used right and left rudder. I moved elevator up and down. Now I have gone from being frightened to P A N I C.


When I realized there was nothing I could do to avert this impending peril, the strangest thing happened. I resolved that I was going to die; immediately, I became calm, euphoric and said to myself and God, (without fear) I am ready.


My next recollection was my crawling on the ground having been thrown out of crumpled Cessna 150 with only a scratch and a bruised ego.


Just as some of you have learned great lessons from life's perils and difficulties, I learned two significant lessons from this crash: (1) the value of recognizing "limits" before we reach the point of No Return and (2) When I get to the end of myself and trust God for the outcome, I have peace...and joy.


Help me give to  one of my charities by CLICKING HERE and using the homepage coupons to shop. For more savings with discounts and cashback CLICK HERE and enjoy the holidays.

thanks for liking and sharing.









Member Note: To comment on this PR, simply click reply on the owners main post below.
-  Copyright 2016 IBOsocial  -            Part of the IBOtoolbox family of sites.