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YULI SATO, 062310: i grew up in southern california, what do you want from me?

this is my favorite! i love the authenticity, the water, the light....

can you take a photo of me like this? i want to be back there, at the edge of the dock (#chandos)

I love to swim, it clears my head to be under the water, weightless and such.

Late summer swims when the water is cold but you want to hold on to those last few moments of summer

I love this feeling.......being in the water about to break the surface.

Just close your eyes. Breathe. Stop whatever you're doing for ten seconds and find The Silence. Visit The Quiet. Just for ten seconds. Do it six times today. One minute a day. That's all it takes. One minute, divided into six parts. Go ahead. Do it now. ~ Neale Donald Walsch

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