We spent last weekend at 5Point Film Festival, spellbound by breathtaking footage and enthralling tales. The four day festival flew by with a resounding boom. We were blown away by the films, the people, the messages.
Perhaps you’re not out backcountry skiing right now; maybe working at a computer, waiting for the weekend. So if you’re walled in a cubicle tight, metaphorically or otherwise, here’s something from the festival that I found especially touching…invigoration for Wednesday hump day.
Excerpt — Joy of Air
by Fitz Cahall
…So remember children old and young
Where water and snow suspended hung
Find joy in outcomes unknown
And only then will you have grown.
Take flight. Take flight.
Believe in days unchecked by night
And mid-days kissed by moonlight
Dare to imagine, dare to care
A dream built upon nothing more than air.
Read the full text at Fitz’s website, Duct Tape Then Beer.