Working the Bind

I worked the bind during pigeon for the first time yesterday! Here’s a pic for those of you who don’t know what that looks like… Obviously not of me though…

It occurs to me, as I’m writing this, that there are other ways one could interpret “working the bind.” In fact, I think I do it in my everyday life. There are obligations binding me, responsibilities that prevent me from doing things that I might otherwise do. But like everyone else, I work through it and live life. I guess what I’m trying to say it that we all work the bind everyday in our way.

Namaste!

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