Well, when we took off, my dad just missed a jet. That made me greatly concerned. But after a bit, I asked my dad if he enjoyed flying. "Yes," he answered.
However, my concern turned to fear. I saw electric wires in front of us, and he just missed it. Then, he just missed a group of trees. Then again, several times he was just missing the electric wires. Admittedly, these wires were so much higher than anything we would normally see in reality.
I asked my dad why he didn't just fly the plane higher so that it would avoid all trees and wires. He didn't answer.
Eventually, we landed safely. I wondered if my dad flew so low so as to know where to land. I never asked.
What was I to learn from the dream? I believe that the dream showed me that my dad took me to new heights spiritually. Yet, I am not to be satisfied with those heights. I can climb so much higher with God, if I allow it. What is the influence of your father spiritually? Where has it held you back? And, how has it helped you soar?
I also learned not to worry about climbing too high that you won't know where you are going to land. Trust that God will help you land when it is time. While flying, soar high. God often calls us to tasks where we don't know the end result, but we are hesitant to do it because we want to know the final result. Too often we are concerned about the end result and that limits what we can accomplish. That limits how high we will fly.
One final thought. In the words of a quote I read somewhere, "The eagle that soars near the sun is not concerned how it will cross the raging stream."