April 4, 2014

Neurologist “Slomo” Simply Skated Away from Suicide. ~ Yaisa Nio {Video}

Slomo skating

“Everybody has the capacity to dream and believe anything he wants to. The shrinks would call it a personal delusional system. And you believe it because you choose to.”

~ Slomo

Who doesn’t know someone who gave it all up to do something they really loved?

Like the high flying consultant who became a dog walker. Or the lawyer who used to win multimillion dollar cases and then bought a wooden sailing boat to sail around the world for the rest of his life. Or the investment banker who became a professional ballerina? Or the neighbour who divorced his wife, sold his bakery and became a mountain guide in the Himalayas.

Well, here’s another example a man who went from suicidal to blissfully happy. A neurologist who became the slow motion skater on the Pacific Beach Boardwalk.

It’s true, outstandingly filmed and contagious.



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Editor: Catherine Monkman

Photo/Video: Slomo from The New York Times – Video on Vimeo.

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