“What the caterpillar calls the end of the world the master calls a butterfly.”
– Richard Bach
Cuckoo Clock Number 10 – A Watercolor Sketch
I know I saw that kitty cat somewhere. Where did he go?
About Richard Bach
Richard Bach, the American pilot and author, became hugely successful
with the publication of the slim novel Jonathan Livingston Seagull, a
spiritual quest about a bird who loved to fly rather than seeing flight
as a means to an end. He was born in Illinois on June 23, 1936, a
descendant of composer Johann Sebastian Bach. He has been an Air Force
Reserve pilot, a flight instructor, and a barnstormer; most of his books
involve flight either directly or as a metaphor.