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Sometimes a leap of faith can be one of the scariest moments in a persons life. You can weigh out every option, every possible outcome. You can try to figure out and retrace the steps you’ve taken along your path that have led you to this edge. Yet, regardless of all the planning in the world and support that you may be blessed with, your leap will be yours alone. So jump…and don’t look back.
They’ve walked over countless kilometers of sand, mud, concrete and grass. They’ve been scorched by the mid day heat of the Sahara, drowned in monsoon rains and have sat idly by as monks chanted their end of day prayers. They are completely worn through, yet I cannot bring myself to throw them out. To most, they are just a pair of old shoes…to me, they are so much more.
Thought I would share this quote with all you travellers out there. If you haven´t read the Aleph yet it is surely one you do not want to overlook! Enjoy…
I am not a foreigner, because I haven´t been praying to return safely home. I am not a foreigner, because we are all travelling, we are all full of the same questions, the same tiredness, the same fears, the same sellfishness, and the same generosity. I am not a foreigner, because, when I asked, I recieved. When I knocked, the door opened. When I looked, I found.