wave? If you've never experienced it, you are missing out. It starts with a group of people who stand, wave their hands in the air, scream at the top of their lungs, then sit down. The people to the right of that group do the same and if all goes well, it continues around the stadium in a circle back to where it originated.
It isn't an easy task to start a wave. One person - usually a motivated spectator - orchestrates the entire thing, overcoming obstacles - a new inning, an error, a ground out - to pull off the feat. After many failed attempts something usually gives sending the disorganized fans into a beautifully choreographed movement. Challenges aren't easy and at times they are downright hard, but it's only by pushing through what's possible that we are able to see what we can truly accomplish. Now get out there and start a wave.