Life is full of failures. What’s important is learning how to move past and beyond them. Learning how to be introspective can be one of the scariest skills one can acquire, but to me, its the most important. To me understanding yourself enough to take the time to grow from failure and remain open to future failure (or in my eyes future opportunities of personal growth) is the ultimate goal. Without failure how can one move beyond where they currently stand?
When you regret meeting the love of your life. A story of love lost and the demons that followed.
When your life is playing out a like a movie, but a movie you never envisioned for yourself, it’s all about finding the beauty and greatness in the individual scenes. —-I’ll remember today by this beauty. ——Don’t call me Chuck, Don’t call me Katie.
Am I running away from a reality I need to turn and face? No, I’m embracing a reality and working within it. Life on the road isn’t an escape, it’s my normal.
The road helped me learn to be introspective and with being introspective, I learned what I needed to help with my emotional and mental stability.
Embrace sadness when necessary, but don’t let it be all consuming.
We’re so insignificant compared to the globe, but it’s impossible to appreciate the world if you merely look at its size. To truly appreciate the world we live in, you have to see it from the ground. Let all the little things add up to be even more significant than just shear size. The little things, which may be comprised of a prairie landscape, a lake, a mountain, ancient ruins, slot canyons; all these things add up to be so much more significant than the size of the globe.——These experiences make the world worth exploring, not a flight overhead but a travel on ground, by tire, hoof, or foot. These experiences make life worth living. These experiences make the world more easily grasped.