The desire for balance dates back to ancient times and is firmly anchored in many different cultures. It seems that as long as there have been human beings and rope, there has been the urge to string that rope between two posts or trees or buildings or things of any sturdy sort and walk - heel to toe - across the span. 


 

In order to explore the long history of our religion, we first have to start by exploring the predecessors of the slackline -- the slackrope and the tightwire-- and how these disciplines laid the foundation for our faith.

 

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