lundi, mars 20, 2006

Lower back pain

I once bought a pair of roller blades. I used to ride in my hometown where it's all flat. No descent, no climbs. So I decided that I want something more challenging. 2 weeks ago, I put on my roller blades, and drag myself into the unknown. Well not really the unknown. It's the road I usually take to go to my university each day, so pretty familiar, however, the slopes of the descents don't appear that familiar when you're stuck in a pair of roller blades. I'm the kind of guys who like to risk their life for the fun and for the adrenaline. So I found a climb and decided to attack it. But after a climb, there is always a descent. U can't avoid it. So I started the descent. The laws of physics say that the speed will increase in a descent because the potential energy that I had at the top of the climb will be transformed into kinetic one. And usually, under normal circumstances, Physics don't deceive. So, as I was descending, I reached relativistic speed, and for some reason, I didn't use my brakes. I saw a car heading toward me. I had 2 alternatives. An 8-wheel human vs a 4-wheel car collision or a self-induced fall. I opted for the second (for once, I was reasonable, and not kamikaze as usual) Bad news, I fell straight on my lower back.(It was my second lower back injury since a "friend" of mine once took of the chair from underneath me when I was trying to sit). It's the kind of injuries that lasts for long. You don't recover from it easily. But what can I do. I love to take risks, to put my life in jeopardy. What I like the most, is the moment of uncertainty, where u feel yourself at mid-distance between the two sides. It's a strange feeling of freedom mixed with fear, highness and orgasm.

15 commentaires:

Delirious a dit…

Yeah, I know the feeling..

Anyhoo, salemtak, hope you get better soon!

nobilis tobilis a dit…

Thanks delirious. I recovered up to 80-85%.

Anonyme a dit…

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nobilis tobilis a dit…

In fact, it's me than Otter but i wasn't updating my blog lately

Anonyme a dit…

taking risks.......

Gush!!! people in our class are mostly crazy, I thought I’m the only one who's crazy but the majority is sinking on the same boat...... I always tell this “what i'm gonna loose more then I already have? What the heck!” I can take this risk as well.Life is a fatal disease, and our mortality rate is already 100%. Daily we face challenges in our lives, we just need to move through our fears, respond to our challenges and take our chances to be able to soar like an eagle to draw our own path, not just follow some idiot’s secret recipe

nobilis tobilis a dit…

u're damn right!
in life, we should always seize opportunities, be always ready for new challenges, break the norms, in order to give some meaning to a normal and boring life. Maybe because in Lebanon, we feel that we are lacking of mny things and we want to compensate this lack, this void by putting our lives in Jeopardy.

Anonyme a dit…

u mean political opression sprouts this in us ......

nobilis tobilis a dit…

yeah it may be a part of the explanation. In fact it's the whole context (political social economical and cultural) that has a negative impact on us and holding us down.

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