||Great in 2008 - Thirty
Surfers Look Into the New Year. Tiff Seale.
time out from creating high-impact ad campaigns,
Tiff Seale enjoys a mellow afternoon at Pipes.
Photo: Chris Grant/JettyGirl.com
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Any New Year's resolutions for 2008?
Tiff Seale: Enjoy work more. Enjoy life more. Travel to at
least three beautiful international places. Get back to being
the natural athlete I am. Not just get in shape but ....lean
and mean this spring.
JG: If you were to donate time or money to a charitable organization or cause in 2008, what would it be and why?
TS: I'd like to find a true cause / organization truly committed
to developing a clean source of power for everyone. Could
you imagine all the minds of the world focused on that one
problem? With unlimited, free, clean power you could foliate
the desert, grow food in abundance in the poorest parts of
the world, flood the ecosystem with clean oxygen. No more
pollution, no more being enslaved by the people who control
the fuel sources. Probably a lot less cancer and other ailments
(Imagine if you had the power to go wherever
you wanted and no one could stop you, silence you, you could
tell the world all the secrets of the powers in power.)
JG: Judging on any category you find relevant, name five female surfers to watch for in 2008 and why.
TS: Sorry, I'm out of loop with the surfing name game at the
moment. Busy with otherness. I find all those category's relevant
though and worthy of looking into the cross–section
areas, through and beyond surfing—where we are really
coming into our potential as humans. I think the most interesting
things come out of where we cross-pollinate. It's certainly
a special blend to find that combination of free-spirit and
responsibility to a bigger picture.
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