F That S

2/27 /2014

 

F that S

So the above statement was used right after a woman started talking about her wasted life and figure. Wasted on years stuck behind a desk and an engineering career. She was prompted to speak about this as she compared what she called reality to the way our attentive and attractive surfing instructors live out their lives. In the sunshine, on a surfboard, free from deadlines and desks, office politics, and a system where people ask for raises, where they are sometimes even scheduled to routinely beg for appreciation.

 

Yet, we were thankful and thanked these men for sharing a bit of their freedom with us. The same freedom we were also born with.

 

If anyone tells you aren’t free, laugh as loudly as you can, and then run of course. And if by some lapse of sanity, you feel burdened by a weight that reduces your sense of freedom just take a closer or deeper look at who and what you are, what you have always been, and always will be.

 

And if by some stroke of unluckiness you find yourself in a circle where miserable souls try to tell you how a soldier or army granted you freedom,

tell them F that S!