No need for asphyxiation

When you are bending your spine into an expecially complex assana with your left arm behind your back and your right arm groping the air to connect with it , the impulse to beathe can be overpowered by the challenge.

It is so in many things within the modern world and so many of us do not breathe.

Instead, we grasp at whatever oxygen we can catch in the moments we remember.

This shallowness weakens our wellbeing and, should it persist, we run out of more than air.

Paul Sorol

Hi, I'm Paul and I'm a chronicler.

I know it is a brave admission that is all thanks to the sayings and aphorisms of the Confused One. Bringing those slippery little suckers to you gives my life meaning.

Smile well, Paul

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