I am sharing a sea photo for this week’s Nature Tuesday and there isn’t a single wave in sight. A rare but interesting view.
That all is as thinking makes it so – and you control your thinking. So remove your judgements whenever you wish and then there is calm – as the sailor rounding the cape finds smooth water and the welcome of a waveless bay.
Did you know that the largest wave ever recorded by humans measured 1,720 feet (524 meters). It was triggered by an earthquake that hit Alaska’s Lituya Bay, on July 9, 1958.