Keeping Secret Spots Secret Is the Most Selfish Thing in Surfing

Keeping Secret Spots Secret Is the Most Selfish Thing in Surfing

But for my part in it, I can say my motivation for sharing the news of a session with some of Europe’s best and heaviest chargers ditching Nazare for a day to surf a lesser-known but equally amazing wave was to praise those in the water that day, to exalt a country that I love, and to be consistent with what I believe: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

At the very least, he wants to dominate everything.  Friedrich Nietzsche addressed other aspects of this theme by saying “Selfishness may lack value, be despicable, or be extremely valuable. ” Nietzsche believed there was at least some good to be found in selfishness.

It’s typically acceptable for an athlete to post images of themselves on social media, surfing a secret spot, as a way to show off their skills to thousands of people.

In a recent article published by the Portuguese website Beachcam and by The Inertia, it was “revealed” that there’s another mythical wave in Portugal.

Read more here: The Inertia

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