Solo sailing, suddenly a storm hits, and I’m a little freaked out. This experience teaches me a lesson in doing what matters to face and overcome my fears.
The same principles can be applied in other areas of life.
The video story
It’s nasty outside, and I hear thunder and see lightning all around me.
I’ve done lower my sails, and I cranked the engine and motored as fast as I could to shore. It looks like I’m out of harm’s way because if you see right ahead, there are clear skies even though, literally four miles out, there’s a lightning storm. I see a few boats out of the water, but my little blissful sail has turned into quite the adventure, as you can see from this video.
This is the weirdness of being out here on Lake Ontario, but you know I’m having fun, I’m in with the elements. I’m under control, I’m in control and even though I am here all alone. I’ve got my radio in my pocket, a flashlight in and…..mmmm wait……(pause then sound of thunder)!
…..Ok, I hear thunder, so I had better turn this selfie cam off and stay away from wires.
That’s my story. It’s exciting, and I wish I were in an office pod right now pushing government paperwork (pause). Mmmmm, not really, as this is what life is all about; Living, Loving and Learning on your terms.
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