An endless silence as light relents;
the beasts fall to dream
while the demons rise to feed.
The veil now wears thin.
Meet me at the threshold;
where worlds entwine;
where darkness brings comfort;
and where nothing begins.
“The only impossible journey is the one you never begin.” – Anthony Robbins
“You will never be completely at home again, because part of your heart always will be elsewhere. That is the price you pay for the richness of loving and knowing people in more than one place.” ― Miriam Adeney
And I wouldn’t have it any other way.
I am a traveler. This fact does not provide reason to believe but it sheds insight into the lifestyle I lead; this existence which perpetually opens the door to new hope.
I hope tomorrow will bring a new destination, a new adventure, a new perspective about this life and the world.
I hope to meet a familiar face or a new friend, and to love these people unconditionally.
I hope for new opportunity, new challenge, new triumph even after majestic failure.
Life on the road continually offers new hope to live each day to the fullest and this is my reason to believe.
My first night of camping in the Outback, I witnessed one of the most spectacular sunsets my eyes and camera have captured to date!
Behold: the magic of Earth rotating transforms a common puddle.
Mundane puddle, exotic jungle river or billabong? You decide.
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“‘Beginnings’ are tricky creatures as you don’t always know when they are occurring;
And it is only when an ‘ending’ abruptly arises that you can you sense what it is you have lost or divine that for which you still search.”
~ Wandering Earth