Millions of years ago, our biological ancestors left the water to breathe the air and walk upon land. Some feel that this was a mistake.
They feel more at home in the deep blue, floating languidly, venturing down amidst the seaweed and the coral, and even further still, where the light grows faint and the true giants of this world swim.
People who bear the tattoo of a diver thrive on exploring the unexplored. They harbor a relentless curiosity that always drives them deeper and deeper. These are the eccentrics, the ones who feel lost on land.
The story goes that Salvador Dali, a human who certainly belongs to this category, once delivered a lecture in a old school lead diving suit. The audience couldn’t hear a word of what he said, and when he began banging on his helmet and waving his arms, they thought it was just part of his performance. Someone finally realized that whoever helped him on with the suit sealed it completely and never hooked up any oxygen. Dali passed out and had to be resuscitated.
If you look on this lecture as a failed moment of brilliance, and not sheer stupidity, then you may just be a diver among land-walkers. Stand out with a diver tattoo, and prepare to sound the deep.