Mental Lifeguards

[Written Especially for Young People]

A group of middle-western tourists was visiting a Pacific Ocean beach for the first time. The younger members of the party eagerly sought advice from one of the lifeguards on the beach as to the best mode of swimming in the ocean.

He said: "Don't be afraid of the tossing waves; relax and know that each one will disappear, but be careful that they don't pull you under. Some that look small have an undertow. It would be best for you to stay within sight of me; I'm always here to help you!"

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