February 26, 2014 by blue milk
If this essay doesn’t make you feel like going for a swim this very instant..
The body is engaged in full physical movement, but the mind itself floats, untethered.
Posted in thinking | 2 Comments
That was a great find, swimming and water play a large part in a lot of my memories of places and until that article made me stop and think about it, I never really considered why. But it’s the reflective moments you get. Thanks for sharing.
This might explain why I have such a difficult time swimming or swim-running, which is my new normal. What I would kill for a treadmill or elliptical with TV or music!
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