What is this cocktail of chemicals that hijacks the “will muscle” and whispers to our ears: “you could not”, “your should not”, “you must not”?

What mechanism is triggered in our bodies that paralyses our limbs and makes us plain observers of Life?

What convinces us that not doing, not going, not talking, not hearing, not seeing, not changing, is much better than the alternative?

What takes us to bury our heads on the dirt when suddenly the world changes around us?

We call it “Fear”, which is the anticipated reaction to a potential risk.

To conquer Fear, sometimes the real risk is being plain stupid.

Like swimming with the waves on a rocky beautiful blue sea.

Taken at Oahu, Hawaii