When the storm comes, do not flee, instead row forth out to sea, past the breakers, further than what once the eye had seen.
You shall be running, not from, but directly toward the beast within. Fear not your fate, ’tis for you to bend and not to break in the gale and tide.
Bearing the brunt of the tempest, charging forth against the waves, a beating they may give but it is for you to take.
And once you have challenged the beast, you will be met in the face with either glory or failure. With either you shall carry a shroud of serenity.
Serenity of knowing. Knowing that you had headed in the other direction of ordinary men. You challenged fate itself.