Whatever you may call it, and however you may choose to worship it, this is the most formal communion with the universe that any of us needs: To breathe morning air in the wilderness, to touch our bare feet to the earth, to let the voices of Nature call us, and to be awed by the experience of it all.
There’s no “teaching” (dogma) I can hand you that you can’t read in the Book of Nature for yourself.
Jay Adams circa 1970 ~ Early 70s “In contests, Jay was simply the most exciting skater to watch. He never skated the same run the same way twice. His routines were wickedly random yet exceedingly tight and beautiful to watch; he even invented tricks during his runs. I’ve never seen any skater destroy convention and expectation better. Watching him skate was something new every second - he was ‘skate and destroy’ personified.” - Stacy Peralta