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post #19 of Old 07-03-2007
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When the typically brisk winds of Narragansett Bay are moving us along at hull speed, I spend my time discovering ways to move my boat even faster - that triumph I believe, is the jubilant reward most sailors savor whenever challenging the wind.

The engine may be utilized if lighter winds don't coincide with our planned perception of time and distance, or current patience level. But, if our purpose is to cleanse ourselves of the fast-paced mindset the working week forces us to obey - then we simply coast with the gentle breezes, while meditating upon the mesmerizing sounds of wind and water .

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