The questions that used to bother me at times, do not weight anything before the immensity of a wake so close to the sky and filler with the wind of the sea. Bernard Moitessier
Growing up sailing was part of may weekly routine. I have was born by the ocean. There are no words to describe the immensity of the vast space in front of you, and how it make you feel. But surely it is source of real and beautiful inspiration.
The dignity of work is born from the desire of achieving something beautiful for yourself and others.
“I’m Not All-Right, and You’re Not All-Right, But That’s Okay—THAT’S All-Right”. When I read for the first time this quote of Ernest Kurtz it was a liberation. I finally understood that I did not need to fit in. I just needed to be myself
Growing up my summers were free and I spent them by the seaside. I remember the particularly clear water of the little rock beach in Talamone called "Bagno delle Donne", literally Women's bath place. I was always enchanted by the still crystal water of the early mornings. It always brought me back to an original desire of pureness and happiness. Today when I think about that water I understand what real friendship and love is about. Does't need too many words, It is moment of crystal awareness. A refreshing sensation of freedom.