You know, the ocean is one of the most vast things you will ever experience.
However, the next time you go on open waters, picture this: what do you see?
The day is coming to a close, and the sky lights up in a bright shade of orange, as if the Sky has been ignited. The gentle lapping of the waves sarounds your boat with constant crystal blue waves.
And yet the space around you seems vast and empty.
There are no islands. Just a vast sheet of crystal blue.
Yet, this emptiness is so much like life. Although things may seem safe and gentle, they will remain that way if you never break through the surface. Remember, underneath the tide is a much, much deaper realm for you to discover and learn from. The initial dive may be hard, and you may have to resurface after meer moments, but the more you try, the more progress you will make and the more you will learn and love.
So, imagine resurfacing after a lifetime of diving every location on the ocean you can see. Returning to your boat, there is one last thing you can see.
That thin line not only represents the lip at which the sun sets, it also shows us that life is a never ending place to learn and discover. As soon as you cross the horizon, you are once again in a similar patch of ocean, with the same safe Aires above, but a whole new realm of learning, discovery and fun to be found below.