By Johna Till Johnson
Photos by Vladimir Brezina
“Argue for your limits and they will be yours,” my kayak coach said to me one day.
The words surprised me—I hadn’t thought I was “arguing for my limits”. I was just stating the facts. Being realistic. Taking a clear-eyed look at the world and myself.
Or so I thought. But over the days and weeks (and now months and years) following, that phrase kept coming back to me.
Is it actually factual to say something like “I don’t learn visually” or “I don’t like Brussels sprouts”?