On a street I pass beggar. Later on same day, about 60 years old lady is going thru the rubbish bins if she happened to find something. In Spain the situation is bad. People don't have job, and the ones who have are lucky to be slaves. They truly work 10-12h in a day, hard as work, to get 50euros. Others live on street. Or maybe someone has been kind enough to give them place to stay for night, but on daytime they are begging on street. Or stealing. So ones I pass the person begging, she or he is not maybe so bad. She could be breaking in to someones home. The main thing is still that, I just walk pass this and don't do nothing. That really sucks. I know I can't help everyone, but also I know here is pretty many of us and together we could do so much.
What happened in civilization that killed the will for helping others? The will to share and work as commutiny. Old memory from ten years back keeps on popping to my mind. When I were in Tanzania to build a school in a small village I gave a pack of chewing gum to a kid. He didn't think even a second. He open the packet, divided every pieces to two, and gave them to all the kids around him. It took me a while to understand what just happened. Truly I didn't even come up with idea to share it to all. I think this kid didn't even get one piece to himself.
I'm sorry people in France. I'm sorry for people on this earth.
What comes to BMX, I strongly recommend everyone to start to ride some cycling sport where you sit down. Everyone, also the kids. I have been riding on roadbike and my legs are already spinning so much better. Also my muscles are getting on better and so is respiratory system. Even, believe it or not, I can see my skills getting better on road bike! The other thing I'm training more at the moment is core and balance. Both of them have straight impact to my riding! Here is my gate-battery-system: