Looking back at written words and appreciating where I was in life when they were written. Thinking the June 13th learnings can forever apply.
On this day, I found myself in Canada, on a bike, pedaling towards Glacier National Park in Montana, overwhelmed with joy. As life in the past week had been filled with exceptional people redirecting my life, rearranging my thoughts and reminding me of all that is GREAT in this world. Here are a few of the take-aways/pieces of advice that were given to me:
- Take advice from those you want to be like.
- Live happily and do it for yourself.
- Generosity is everywhere. Take part in it. Share life. Remember to say thank you.
- Although things don’t always go as planned, it’s meant to happen that way in the long run.
- Listen more. Ask more questions.
- It’s okay to move at different paces. There is no race or bragging reason, just get to the top when you’re ready.
- Anyone that has a yurt must be conversed with.
- Spend more time listening to Canadians. And when replying, always add ‘ehh’ to the end of the sentence.
- Talk to strangers as much as possible. People are genuinely good.