touching the void.
every human being needs to watch this fucking movie.
if you have netflix, you can watch it instantly.
for me, this film hits on a subject that i've been delving deeper and deeper into the last few months. it's a tale of endurance, of pain, of suffering, of enlightenment, of finding out who you really fucking are -- inside and out.
those are all characteristics that most people have totally lost touch with. we aren't in tune with our bodies anymore. we're weak. we can't survive without our things, our toys, our technocracy.
having experienced this event through the words of the survivors, i feel a certain privilege... that i have more philosophical and physical fuel to charge my next adventure. and as my appetite for discovering who i really am increases, so too do the tests of my body swell.
7 time western states 100 winner and ultramarathon messiah, scott jurek, once said, "running is a vehicle for self-discovery."
indeed it is.
in fact, any physical challenge or test of endurance or cradling of lady death herself... any of these things will reveal one's true self.
and that's something that is lost on today's masses.
a fucking shame.