One Year of Shameless Traveling and Life on the Road.
“Be content with what you have;
Rejoice in the way things are.
When you realize there is nothing is lacking,
The whole world belongs to you.”
- Lao Tzu
I have officially been traveling for a year now and I have just arrived back in South Korea to teach an English camp and mark the anniversary where everything began. I have begun to write this post at least five times now to describe what this year has been like, what it has meant to me, and how it has changed my life. The problem with that is that it’s impossible for me to describe in words the enormous impact and affect this has had on me as a human being and a citizen of this world. The best I can say is that I take nothing for granted, each moment is special, and I recognize how blessed I am to have had this opportunity and have responded accordingly by viciously attacking every opportunity and every new experience provided to me on the road. I have realized at this loss of words the best way to show you how this year has raised me up and filled me is to simply show you some photos from it, because maybe they can help fill in the blanks where words were not relevant enough. Without further a do, enjoy some of my favorite photos of the last year of my life:
May all our adventures continue and only be just beginning…
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