Today, I wanted to surf along with the dolphins on California shore, but this can’t be it for the forecasts of storming weather. However, this dream caused my mind to slip back to summer 1963, when I got drowned in deep water. The urge to swim first came upon me when I was twelve years old, and my family lived right on a luxurious swimming pool. One time, I started out I wasn’t any good at all - I get drowned. Especially, I am proud of that I was not dead down the water pool, but I kept learning about it and striving to achieve my dream; in addition, my disciplines reflect significantly good examples of courage, fortitude, and persistence.
To be honest, I was jealous about my friend Joe’s swimming skills even though he kindled in me a passion. Joe was a son of a legendary sailor, and swimming skills became his gift in the most natural way. I would stare secretly at Joe, diving from the springboard, butterflying his laps. In opposite, when I was a little boy, staying out of deep - water was simply my fear. I would not go near it because I had a deep - wat...
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