Happy day today. 😃 The sun is shining, the air is crisp, the birds are singing, my loved ones are healthy. I am so thankful for all of these things. 🙏 Enjoy the little things. They make your life bigger and better. 💋💋💕💕💋💋 #enjoythelittlethings#healthy#happy
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June 2019. Moab, UT.
My version of glamping. Broke out the @theoztentgroup to enjoy this beautiful spot. I remember this afternoon and evening so well. It was hot, as desert life goes in the summer, and the evening was still warm. I left both sides of the Oz open, just the mesh screens keeping bugs out. A cool breeze made the night comfortable. The sky was inundated with stars, it felt like the most I had been able to see in a very very long time. It was one of those nights that everything felt right. I was content.
In these tiring days, I love to look back at those positive vibes from lovely Korean people I just randomly met during the trip.
It’s the group of old genuine men on the street that I came to ask the direction to the Black Pork street. With limited English but infinite hospitality, they chose to lead us a long way there, and tried to communicate as much as possible, in Korean though.
It’s the group of Korean students who didn’t even guide us to the underground market, but also came back in 2 mins after leaving, just because they thought it’s hard for foreigners to bargain the price with the local sellers with no English. Awww couldn’t even imagine such a kindness ever.
It’s the cute Korean seafood seller in the Noryangjin market.
It’s the Vietnamese student that told us tons of stories of her student life in Korea and how she was trying to arrange a trip for her family to Jeju, where she lives.
It’s the Jin Air staff that saved us from our carelessness, and not having to leave the liquid items in Korea.
It’s the superb host that made us feel like a beloved daddy that took small care of everything we need.
Kind people are everywhere in the countries I’ve set foot in. But nowhere else has ever bombarded me with too much sweetness like the Korea that I experienced.
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We started our final day in Dharamshala with the hike to Bhagsunag waterfalls!
People usually go to Bhagsunag temple and start their hike for the waterfall from there but we started our hike from our stay itself and glad we did. The trail from Zostel starts with the cement roads and leads you through narrow lanes between the houses of Dharamkot and then to the rocky terrain. While we were making our way through the narrow lanes we came across this beautiful Shiva Linga in front of a house!
The clouds were dark and dramatic as a result of heavy downpour the previous night. The Shiva Linga against this dreamy background was a treat to watch!
Location: On the way to Bhagsunag Waterfall
(Shot on Pixel 3a)
me: "which way to the wine shop?"
*cafe workers speaking rapidly in french, appearing to debate over which way it is*
*cafe owner interrupts in english--*
"NO NO NO DON'T listen to them, they don't know WHAT they are talking about"
me: cool okay, literally didn't understand a thing they just said 🤷🏼♀️
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”For this is the law of mariners and the sea: If you would freedom, you must needs turn to mist. The formless is for ever seeking form, even as the countless nebulae would become suns and moons; and we who have sought much and return now to this isle, rigid moulds, we must become mist once more and learn of the beginning. And what is there that shall live and rise unto the heights except it be broken unto passion and freedom?
For ever shall we be in quest of the shores, that we may sing and be heard. But what of the wave that breaks where no ear shall hear? It is the unheard in us that nurses our deeper sorrow. Yet it is also the unheard which carves our soul to form and fashion our destiny.
Let him who would have wisdom seek it in the buttercup or in a pinch of red clay. I am still the singer. Still I shall sing the earth, and I shall sing your lost dreaming that walks the day between sleep and sleep. But I shall gaze upon the sea.
Life sings in our silences, and dreams in our slumber. Even when we are beaten and low, Life is enthroned and high. And when we weep, Life smiles upon the day, and is free even when we drag our chains.
Oftentimes we call Life bitter names, but only when we ourselves are bitter and dark. And we deem her empty and unprofitable, but only when the soul goes wandering in desolate places, and the heart is drunken with over-mindfulness of self.
Life is deep and high and distant; and though only your vast vision can reach even her feet, yet she is near; and though only the breath of your breath reaches her heart, the shadow of your shadow crosses her face, and the echo of your faintest cry becomes a spring and an autumn in her breast.”
— The Garden of the Prophet, Kahlil Gibran.
Soundtrack: Johann Sebastian Bach, Erbarme Dich, Mein Gott (St Matthew’s Passion, BWV 244). Hauser & Lana Trotovsek rendition.