Since I start my traveling I have spend lots of time with my self and also I have had to rely on myself. I decided to be without expectations from other people or from the environment and take everyday as a new challenge. I have begin to understand what is important for me and what gives me fulfill and sustenance in life. It is so easy to follow others and let the environment tell you what you need and what you should do. Going out of the routine is sometimes not easy but for me it have been a good way to grow and every difficult moment have make me stronger and gives me more concentration to follow my dream.
Every place have a different energy different culture but where ever you come from we are very alike.
I love life ..my good day and my bad day…. If we have sun every day we will be bored. And if life is to easy it will also be boring. I am thankful for all the wonderful people I have meet on my traveling last year…All the beautiful color and all the inspiration I have received.
I´m looking forward to this new year and I will continue with my search for new colors in my work and in my life.
Good thinking from Paulo Coelho 🙂
by PAULO COELHO on JANUARY 13, 2013
And for that, you must have absolute and total confidence in what you are doing. Don’t let others say: ‘That road is better’ or ‘That route is easier’.
The greatest gift God gave us is the power to make decisions.
The adventure of the days to come needs to be full of romance, because the world needs that; therefore, when you are mounted on your horse, feel the wind on your face and enjoy the sense of freedom.
But don’t forget that you have a long journey ahead. If you surrender totally to the romance of it all, you might fall. If you don’t stop occasionally to let both you and your horse rest, your horse might die of thirst or exhaustion.
And precisely at the moment when everything seems to be going well and your dream is almost within your grasp, that is when you must be more alert than ever. Because when your dream is almost within your grasp, you will be assailed by terrible guilt.
You will see that you are about to arrive at a place where very few have ever set foot and you will think that you don’t deserve what life is giving you. You will forget all the obstacles you overcame, all that you suffered and sacrificed. And because of that feeling of guilt, you could unconsciously destroy everything that took you so long to build.
That is the most dangerous of obstacles, because renouncing victory has about it a certain aura of sanctity.
But if a man understands that he is worthy of what he has struggled so long for, he will realise that he did not get there alone and must respect the Hand that led him.
taken from MANUSCRIPT FOUND IN ACCRA