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Yesterday I was reading the latest Outside magazine. It was their annual “Danger Issue,” covering stories about extreme athletes who risk their lives to climb rocks and sheets of ice, free dive to depths of 300+ feet, slackline hundreds of feet above the ground, perform kamikaze aerobatics in planes, jump off thousand foot cliffs and free-fall down fifty foot waterfalls in kayaks.
Editor Christopher Keyes opened the article with a discussion of the range of reactions the magazine has seen over the years towards people who pursue these dangerous activities. He references an article published in the May 2011 issue of Outside that profiled free soloist climber Alex Honnold, who became famous for scaling iconic Yosemite routes sans ropes or protection.
“There’s one camp that simply appreciates his audacity summed up by this post: “It’s a skill to be admired, not ridiculed. If he dies doing what he loves so be it.” The other camp views him as a complete lunatic: “He’s a selfish idiot who has no regard to what happens when he dies.”
This got me thinking again about something I’ve pondered in the past. Would I rather die while surfing or in a car crash on the freeway? While exploring a foreign land or on my couch from a heart attack? I have a lot of adventurous friends far more dare-devilish than me and am curious to know your opinion on this topic.
Do you see your craving for adventure as a selfish pursuit or something more like fate or destiny that you can’t help but do?