SAILBOAT RACING—THE GREAT EQUALIZER

BY MOST STANDARDS, my 25-year sailing career would have been judged successful. Those adventurous globetrotting years included competition in sailing events around the world, a small part in a successful America's Cup defense, and a great job in the sailing industry. I worked hard and played hard.

But it wasn't until I was introduced to Christian Science that I fully understood that my real life-purpose was not to impress others with my accomplishments or human labors, but to express what I was learning about the nature of God, and myself as His reflection. The more I learned, the more satisfying all my endeavors became, including sailing. For me, it was a new take on success.

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