“We are all equal before the wave.”

I thought I would share the wisdom from a surfer boy!

 

The world doesn’t need more conformists. If you don’t fin in, celebrate that, and then get ready to stand your ground.

Surfing’s one of the few sports that you look ahead to see what’s behind.

The biggest sin in the world would be if I lost my love for the ocean.

Wiping out is an underappreciated skill.

For those searching for something more than just the norm. We lay it all down, including what others call sanity, for just a few moments on waves larger than life. We do this because we know there is still something more significant than all of us. Something that inspires us spiritually. We start going downhill when we stop taking risks.

If you cultivate something in your mind, you give it life. It’s really that simple.

A little adrenaline every day keeps the boredom away.

Make sure your worst enemy doesn’t live between your own two ears.

Just because people are doing extraordinary things doesn’t mean they’re not ordinary people.

Riding a fifty-foot wave for the first time is like the first time you go more than a hundred miles an hour in your car.

When you make a mistake, the ocean gives you an instant reminder. You get punished.

There are strong young guys. But there’s nothing meaner and more experienced than a fifty-year-old tough guy.

I don’t want to not live because of my fear of what could happen.

To find your passion, you have to look inward. If you look outward, all you’ll see is what other people are doing. You’re not other people.

You eat garbage, you’re probably going to perform like garbage.

If you stop exploring, everything becomes smaller.

Fear is an unbelievable motivator.

Fear is a natural response. Without it, we wouldn’t survive.

Meet up with your fears. If you’re afraid of sharks, go learn all about sharks. Get into the water with one.

The flip side of fear is commitment.

My mom was surprised that I made it to my 20th birthday. I guess it’s the whole nine lives thing. There were a few close calls, but I’m still here. I’ve got a few of those nine lives left.

Make a point of practicing on your weak side until you don’t have one anymore.

Do not be afraid of death. Be afraid of the half-lived life. 

Quotes by Laird Hamilton

Posted by

I am poetically clear about my beliefs which are subject to change as I change and gain more insight. Simply put; I AM and with that I have FAITH in; Myself.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s