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The following transcript is an excerpt from the interview between Lee Stephen Gawtry and Richard Bach. Stephen: Your passion for flying has permeated your writing ever since Jonathan Livingston Seagull. When did you first discover you had a passion for being airborne? Richard: It must have happened early on. I was terrified of heights when I was little, but my brother made wonderful airplane models. I found that I could imagine I was in the little cockpits and could fly them at an altitude of about three feet in my bedroom, which worked fine. Later the fear of heights vaporized but I loved airplanes always.
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How to write a great review. The review must be at least 50 characters long. Stephen: On August 31st you were involved in a near-fatal plane crash. What happened that day? Oh, I thought, I must not have been flying, this is a dream! In a while I could see again.
I was in a room way up high; it felt like I was in a gondola under a dirigible. I could see the ground feet below, very beautiful. I said yes, after a while, and all of a sudden I was in a hospital! The illusion of a gentle landing, how was that possible? I learned again, that everything of this life as a mortal is fiction.
It seems real, but…well it went on from there. Stephen: In fifty-eight years of flying you had never previously sustained an injury.
You must have wondered why this, why now? And gradually, through some strange teachers who reminded me that only Love is real , I found that I had asked for this startling lesson. I saw death as life, fresh and bright again. Took over a year till I healed, had my little seaplane rebuilt and we flew again. Stephen: Your brush with death left you in a coma for over a week.