Do you live to dive or do you dive to live? I personally think that I dive to live. It's not because diving is my source of income, but because I cannot imagine living in this world with all its mess, hectic life, traffic, and uncertainty, day by day in a vicious circle without any stress outlet. Diving, especially freediving, allows me to be immersed in myself, let out all the worries and problems that I have, you can even scream out loud without scaring people away.. Well, your dive buddy might be worry because you'll make plenty of bubbles.. 😅 Diving gives you a chance to clear your mind, be relax, focus on that and only that particular moment of yourself and your dive. It allows you to be excited, to feel comfortable in an alien environment, it gives the balancing factor that I need in life. 😊 Let it be diving in a pool, ocean, doing a fundive, competition, or even working/teaching (yes, I work underwater! Cool, eh?), it has the same effect on me.
That's my story for you.. Now, what's yours? 😊
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