)arrow Here’s a wonderful text that was sent to me by a friend. It echoes my opinion that the destination isn’t so important, it’s the ride that counts. Thanks Julie! )oquote … I would like to beg you, … to have patience with everything unresolved in your heart and to try to love the questions…Details
)arrow I’ll make this a sticky post for a while, not having received enough opinions about the supremely essential issue of this blog’s name. I’m considering renaming this fine piece of unnecessary litterature from The Portal to either Godspeed (see a few entries below) or the newcomer The Chronicles of Vinnick, which hopefully sounds so…Details
What’s the most exhausting part of a dive instructor’s job?
(photos from Kathy, thanks)
Since I’ve already begun the day with a quote, I’ll let Duke Leto summarize the essence of this entry about leaving the Rock: I’ll miss the sea, but a person needs new experiences. They jar something deep inside, allowing him to grow. Without change, something sleeps inside us, and seldom awakens… The sleeper must awaken.…Details
Walk in, cross the stage, and leave. Let the void do its work. Don’t listen to the recalls. What’s done can never be redone. (My translation of a text by André Cognard, Aїkido Sensei) Similar posts: The meaning of life A New York (Slice of) Life As Life Goes on in New York City Acting…Details