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handwriter

handwriter

Norway

November 8, 2012

No matter how expertly we feel that we have sailed through yet another day, we must bear in mind that we can always do it better – we can improve. Regardless of how much experience one acquires, there is always something new to learn: the mix of stormy emotions, waves of new challenges, prevailing winds of different minds as they each act and react to various changes from one moment to the next, and crews of new experiences – gangs of new sensations and our reactions – windless or gusty - to these capricious parts of daily life.  Life is always changing. Rarely will you find two situations that are exactly alike. Every time you castoff to meet each new day, whether to simply step out to pick up a rain-soaked newspaper or navigating  another day at work or at school you will be gathering and reacting to new data, hopefully improving your techniques of seamanship (lifemanship) along the way.

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