A friend shared this over email rcently, and I had to pass along! This is why I love diving… isn’t it gorgeous?!
These were all from a family trip to Belize!
The Sea, biologists tell us, holds the key to the mysteries of life. In some unknown time and way a molecule of matter crossed an unknown line and became a living cell. Other scientists believe that the human mind has a dim awareness of long tenuous roots that stretch back into the sea.
When we dream of being in water, they say, of diving into it or coming out of it, we are reliving the mysteries of our own birth. Our language reflects the uneasy awe we feel towards the unknown world which covers most of the planet. When something is beyond our understanding we say it’s “too deep” or that “we just can’t fathom it!”
Lil Borgeson and Jack Spiers. Skin Divers Handbook, 1960
Dad’s birthday is coming up, so I’ve been going through photos for ideas of what to get him. I keep coming back to these, just a few of my favorites. These photos are so special to our family, but they’re too good not to share.
“There is nothing more comfortable than a caterpillar and nothing more made for love than a butterfly. We need dresses that crawl and dresses that fly.”
~Coco Chanel (Circa 1920)