I´m still landing, not sure if my feet will ever touch the ground again.
John Steinbeck, an author I´m discovering thanks to my father, a late bloomer where reading is concerned (he´s started his reading marathon in his 60´s but he went for the best), once mentioned there are trips that never end – they perpetuate themselves way after they´ve officially ended. I guess this is one of them.
France, China, New Zealand and Bali in about 3 weeks. Work, pleasure and, mostly, life. Loads of great life, learning curves, wonder and wandering – some of the things I love the most. As a Balinese sage told me, while studying the palm of my hand: “you love freedom and learning more than anything else”. He was right, at least on that point. I do. Take away my freedom or my ability to learn and I´m dead.
From all the souvenirs I brought in my luggage, this is the one I´m most proud of. It took me a long time, and lots of hard lessons learnt, to get to the contents of this video. They don´t come from second hand knowledge, books or something I heard somewhere – the contents of this video come directly from my life experience and the jewels I could juice out of it.