“YorkieBear remember to point out the land,” said the captain of the ship as he was trying to steer the ship through rough waters.
YorkieBear started to salute as he said “Aye, aye Captain.” Instead of saluting YorkieBear decided he needed to grip the mast tighter or he would be overboard in the ocean. He did remember the captain asking him if he could swim when he signed on with the ship. But right now he didn’t want to swim in these violent waves that were pounding the ship from side to side.
Right now YorkieBear was having a problem because of his ice skates. As the waves hit the ship YorkieBear kept going around the mast one way then when the ship shifted he would go the other way.
The captain looked up and could see YorkieBear going around and around in the crow’s nest. “What are you doing YorkieBear?”
“I’m practicing ice skating!” yelled YorkieBear.
The captain shook his head and said “keep looking for land so we don’t go aground and lose the ship and don’t forget to point it out the land. Yell at me.”
Just then a hug wave hit the ship so hard it shuddered and YorkieBear saw land at the same time. Out of the crow’s nest YorkieBear flew. “Captain there is land,” screamed YorkieBear as he pointed it out. YorkieBear was in the ocean and not alone either.
Looked like someone’s hand as he went deep in the ocean. He couldn’t breathe. He went deeper, deeper and deeper. Finally he came up…he had taken off the ice skates that were making him like an anchor. He thought, “what goes down comes up. Wasn’t that a law…like the law of gravity?”
“The Seven Laws,” he said out loud. “Law of Substitution, Law of Relaxation, Law of Practice, Law of Forgiveness, Law of Dual Thought, Law of Subconscious and Law of Growth.” He would have a positive mental attitude just like the MKEr’s did…he would live to tell of this day. Just then a floating object came by, he got on it and he was still.
The ship made it through to the harbor. Readers: “Where is YorkieBear?”