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A Daily Practice: The Philosophy Driving Sadhana Surfboards

I knew it was Jay standing there in the parking lot. It wasn’t because he wore the hair of a rocker, or that he stood in dusty jeans with a plain, unbranded mushroom-coloured jersey. It was the fine gradient of foam dust on his fingers that gave him away. [caption id="attachment_6631" align="alig
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