My Drowning (And Other Inconveniences)

“I died that December day on Tequila Beach.” Tim Cahill was 71 when he was thrown underwater in the Colorado River during a rafting trip with friends. He was in the water for a while, dragged beneath the surface, wearing only a thin raincoat in near freezing temperatures. He inhaled river water twice. His heart stopped for four minutes; he’d effectively died. What were his takeaways? Well, he was disappointed in himself for not “[making] up some good mystical shit about what was on the other side”. Read full article here


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