"Got to be heaven 'cause here's where the rainbow ends. If this ain't the real thing, then it's close enough to pretend...⚡🌈⚡ Robert Moses - Field 2 - all sorts of beauty in every direction. Long Island, NY 💛🌞🌈🎣♥️🌊
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We have some exciting news!! This coming March 7-14th, 2020 we are taking you to Nicaragua for an unforgettable surf & adventure experience ✨🌴🌊
We've teamed up with @vidasurf_ to offer a trip that will progresses you as a surfer, introduce you to a variety of unique cultural experiences, and allow you an opportunity to build connections that will last a lifetime.
Click the link in our bio to learn more about our trip!
Looking outward is just important as looking inward. And when you take a moment to appreciate what’s around you it gets easier to find gratitude in it all, as it is, in this very moment.
Looking forward to the future is inevitable — as much as we try to stay present we’re always planning for that next stellar event, opportunity, or encounter. The difference between being hopeful for the future and being consumed by it is the notion that the future needs to be everything you’ve imaged in your head or planned on paper. Problem is, being consumed by the future undermines the importance of how you got to where you are right now. But even then, when that change comes we tend to work in reverse. Clinging to the familiar and avoiding the change. How come
Truth is, I don’t really know how come. So maybe instead of playing it out to every last detail, being driven by fear and consumed by uncertainty— we all try our best to see the future from a broader perspective. This includes a pause. A breath. And a gentle reminder that the future is always in progress. And progress is almost always steady. You can plan all you want, but the steps to getting to a particular point are not linear and never will be.
It all starts with carving out your own path. And once you’re on that path, you have to modify it, extend it, redirect it and get lost from time-to-time just to find yourself in the exact spot you may have never initially planned for. Sound familiar to anyone else It does to me. And I think what’s comforting is knowing we all go through it at some point or another. An uncertain and unplanned future doesn’t necessarily mean an ominous future. It just means we haven’t stopped progressing on the very path we carved for ourselves from the start. #nightlythoughts