Adventures of s/v WILD HAIR


Our land life took on form, solidity, routine. We had mastery of a limited set of skills. We had habitual expectations of others and ourselves. Going sailing, we let go of our attachments to our roles, views, and rituals. We persist because we are growing in this shapeless and dynamic world.

Friday, June 25, 2010

You have these experiences….
And sometimes they are very strong ones.
And then they are over, but you cannot say what they mean.
You just go on.
Maybe you are happy, maybe you are scared,
maybe you are sad. But you want to say,
“I learn this, or I learn that, or I understand better.”
But maybe you don’t understand better,
and it is not so easy to say
what you learn and what you don’t learn.

Right of Thirst
Frank Huyler

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