Do you ever feel you are adrift in the ocean of your life? Sometimes when we get lulled in the complacency of everyday waves of life we lose sight of where we are headed. We are usually most often adrift when we are out of touch with who we are and where we are going.
Going out drifting can be unwise if we do not have a map or a chart. Sure, we can enjoy a few days of "just being" but if we venture into waters unknown we can be pushed upon the rocks and shoals of life.
To get redirected and back on course, we need to stop and take careful inventory. The four questions we need to begin asking is:
Who are we?
What have we to give?
Where shall we spend our days upon this planet?
Who would be good and interesting passengers on our boat of life?
For the last 900 days, a sailor has been on an ocean voyage without resupplying or stopping.The original destination day 1000 - However the planned return to New York harbor in April of 2010 may be extended a few more weeks or months due to winter weather. It has been fun being a visitor to the 1000 day at sea blog and tracking this unique and interesting journey.
If you like to read and want to take another sea journey you can read the classic book Sailing Alone Around the World by Joshua Slocum.