I really like stories about people living their passions, doing this life thing their own way and here is one more for the collection. If you have 20 minutes or so to spare check out the documentary of Liz Clark produced by Patagonia, it’s about her travels sailing around the world chasing waves and solitude. Trying to live a life in harmony with nature. Be inspired. I am.
but like right now it’s been so long since I’ve seen any movement in the ocean (except for rain drops) that I’m beginning to think it is just a lake that I keep staring at for some reason. So there was no options left but to pack the car with six girls, equal amount of surfboards, put on some tunes and head up north. We scored the cutest little guest house, good food and some fun sand banks to play on before we had to return. Now I’m back with my lake. Manifesting some waves. Still so very very happy, I had the best get away with these girls. So much love <3
is livekindly.co it’s filled with vegan realted sunshine stories, only good positive things! The world is going vegan and it’s now happening faster than I could ever have imagined <3 So I’m just hanging out here, scrolling through and smiling, scrolling and smiling. Big love to you livekindly.
Inspired by the notion that Mother Nature’s intricate design is arguably flawless, the LK community have come together to build a home for informative and thought-provoking content, focusing on sustainable and compassionate living.
The ability to see value even in humble, unremarkable situations is essential to our happiness, or at least to our well-being. Some people seem to have everything in life but are not content because they do not see the value of what they have, and concentrate on what they still would like to have, or on what makes them unhappy. Others, instead, maybe less fortunate, appreciate simple things that many of us take for granted – good health, a fine day, a smile.
– words from the power of kindness written by Piero Ferrucci.
This very nice read was sitting waiting for me at the camp site just outside the village one day. Left behind by a Finish girl who couldn’t fit it into her backpack when she left.