I am living the Life I have always wanted for myself. I have always wanted to travel. To be free and independent, to be an adventurer and to ride on th high waves of Life.To engage in conversations with people, to inspire them, to get inspired and to be a part of this constant exchange … Continue reading What is it that really stops us to travel? Part 1
Yes, indeed! The first time I realised this was shortly after I came back from the European rainbow gathering in Slovakia. As we went hitchiking to Slovakia, we had to overcome many challenges: walk for kilometres along the highway with our heavy backpacks, wait for hours for someone to pick us no matter of the … Continue reading The mind once stretched by a new experience never returns to its old dimensions!
¨What If God was one of us? Just a stranger on a bus...¨ One of the best insights ever! And I found it written on a sign nearby a little village somewhere in Galicia...
Some more thoughts from my diary: How could I do better (so that I didnt suffer so much?) The most important thing I realised could have improved the situation would have been for me to define my needs and wishes better. I didnt feel okey and I wanted to just go to bed (this is … Continue reading Day 4: How could I suffer less? : D
Day 4 on the Camino de Santiago: I woke up feeling sick and powerless. Martin (the Polish guy I had met and had dinner with the previous day) came to say Bye and left as everyone else. I got off the bed and started to get ready. No hot water so no shower. Some other … Continue reading Day 4: Where is the Joy?
Day 3 of the Camino de Santiago: Davide has warned me that I should not sleep until late as usual as I have to cross the mountains today so I get up at 8 and leave as soon as possible. The peak is about 8 kilometres far away and I am already tired. I walk … Continue reading Camino de Santiago: Day 3- Mountain to cross, will to be streightened
Day 2 of the Camino de Santiago: woke up at 9, while everyone else besides me had left at 6.30, got ready quickly and left with a new aim 30-something kilometres away: el Ganso, the meeting point I and the other pilgrims with whom I spent last evening had agreed to meet at. The way … Continue reading Day 2 Walking the Way
Day 1 of the Camino de Santiago: got a bike from my couchserfers and headed on a long voyage of aproximately 32 kilometres, trying to reach Orbigo, where I intended to stay for the night. Fell and hurt my knee till I was trying the bike, but besides that had a safe journey at least … Continue reading Camino de Santiago: Day 1
''I have this theory that if one person can go out of their way to show compassion, then it will start a chain reaction of the same. People will never know how far a little kindness can go.''
I was thinking about acceptance and being in peace with yourself and with the others and then I reminded myself of a situation which took place during my stay in Bali after the Global Youth Forum. I was couchsurfing with some people and we always stayed late in the night and then hoped to get … Continue reading Mindfulness is the fruit of a loving spirit