The Top 10 In Action Sports
01Five Things You Might Not Know About The Enduro World Series
02Interview With Legendary Freeskier Scot Schmidt
03WARNING: What Not To Do On A Dirt Bike
04Who Needs Snow? Check Out These Dudes "Grassboarding" in Austria
05This Skateboarder Is 60-Years-Old And He's Still Going Strong!
06Ever Seen A Human Slingshot Before?
07Millie And Baillie Are Only 3 And 6, But They're Already Ripping Around On The Pistes!
08Motocross GP Rider Steven Frossard Thought He'd Escaped Unscathed. And Then The Second Bike Came Along...
09Snowboarders Join Forces to Help Stranger Save His House
10Selfridges Has Its Own Skatepark Now?
This is not a bike film, well not as you'd expect it i guess. And even though it's narrated by Alan Watts, a philosopher, the question it brings up is rather basic.
What if you wouldn't be scared, scared to give up the job you hate, scared to leave for a better place...
What if you could dream your whole life in one night and make changes the nights following. Would you still be the same person when you wake up? Can a simple dream change your everyday life?
"I wonder, I wonder, what you would do if you had the power to dream at night any dream you wanted to dream. And you would of course be able to alter your time sense, and slip seventy-five years of subjective time into eight hours of sleep. You would I suppose start out by fulfilling all your wishes. You could design for yourself what would be the most ecstatic life. And then after a couple of months of this sort of thing at seventy-five years a night, you’d be getting a little taste for something different, and you’d move over to an adventurous dimension, where there were certain dangers involved, and the thrill of dealing with dangers. And after you had done that for awhile, you’d think up a new wrinkle, to forget that you were dreaming, and think that is was all for real." ALAN WATTS
"Free you mind and the rest will follow" is easier said than done, but it's worth thinking about it once in a while. Are you as good in postponing to the very last moment as i am? When it comes to life, your life, this moment might be too late to get epic shit done.
What if money was no object: