Finding Yourself In The Ring

Last week I watched the documentary Riding Giants… Go here for the trailer, here for the whole movie.

Man, do I have great respect for people who do what they love to do and the ‘it’ factor that makes the brain go. Surfers talk about chasing the biggest swell as an experience. And you can see it in their faces as they speak about riding that wave. It’s amazing. It’s emotional. It’s something you’ll never forget. I’m from California, and I’ve never tried surfing, but as I was sitting there listening to these people share their feelings, I feel the same way.


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  1. Jeff
    Jeff says:

    I share your love for experts. I find myself thoroughly enjoying reading or watching videos/movies about experts. It seems everyone looks at them as being gifted from birth to do their trade but it’s not true. I see them and I imagine all the years of hard work and devotion. All the things they put aside to be the best at what they do.

    I got my tires changed by a guy who only replaces tires. Seeing how effortlessly he did everything fascinated me. Such a mundane thing to me done with exact precision without a single thought. It’s just incredible to witness. Too many people take this for granted though, such a shame.

    Great post, please keep posting. I love reading your insights.

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