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Monday, December 14, 2009

Risking adventure

I have not posted for some time about adventure risk. This was one of my "HOT" topics a few years ago. Waht is adventure to you? For some it is walking down to the local pup and trying to find your way home again, been there and done that. For me this definition is in a constant state of change. Climbing large rock walls was once apart of the definition, but these days it looks a lot different.

I think that adventure is the partaking of anything that makes you feel alive. Risking or not, the moment when we feel alive, we feel aware of the gift, we become conscious of all things around us is magnificent. We become inspired to be more, do more, and see more. Our senses are on fire and our hearts are opened to possibilities.

I belief that we were created to explore, to share, and to experience life. Some how we get caught up in the day to day grind and life is ground down to a grueling pace that bounces from paycheck to paycheck. We have to get out and go. Create our own stories, take our own pictures of moments that take our breath away.

One of my favorite quotes is "Life is not measured by how many breaths we take, But by how many moments take our breath away". Give me adventure, and I can change the course of history. Well at least my own history. Why risk living when we can live like we are dying?

Thoughts?

Photo by Talkingbear, climbers on El Captain, Yosemite, Ca.

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