Following the Spirit is like surfing.
Each wave is different (some are fun and some are dangerous).
The more time spent on the waves, the easier it becomes to know what the waves are doing.
Timing is everything (not too soon; not too late).
There's a lot of waiting involved, but the anticipation keeps you focused.
You sense oneness with the wave when you are riding it.
It requires the use of your body, mind, and emotions.
You learn to constantly adapt as the waves shift.
You realize that you're not in control.
Each wave creates more excitement for the next one.
It's better to be riding the waves than watching from the beach.