Slow little moments

Adventuring and exploring have always been a big part of my life. I’ve seen many breathtaking sunsets and vast landscapes, but nothing is more important than who you share those experiences with.

The things that bring me the most joy on trips are the most basic and simple things. Coffee in a tin cup. Bread with butter. Sharing stories with a stranger. These experiences tend to show themselves most when I’m in Namibia. A country far away from the busy city life. There’s less focus on materialistic things and more focus on community and caring for each other. It’s always heartwarming to experience their hospitality. They welcome you with open arms.

I always try to bring something I’ve learned back from that beautiful country. One of them is to enjoy the slow little moments every day.

We know how quickly life passes by. In the end, it will be the small and simple things we remember.


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  1. What I like about living in Hawaii is that even as a part of the US and modern society, a lot of people retain the slow pace and less importance on material things, there is a tension between the two, but it’s nice to see that that knowledge that humans are the treasure and materials are just materials for humans to use for things as needed doesn’t always get tarnished by modern-day access to technology. 🐢


    1. Wow, it sounds like you have truly embraced the spirit of Hawaii and its unique culture. It’s amazing to hear that despite being a part of the modern world, the people of Hawaii still hold onto their values and traditions, and prioritize what truly matters in life. It’s a beautiful reminder that we can live in harmony with technology and modern society while still cherishing the things that truly matter, like human relationships and experiences. I hope that this spirit continues to thrive in Hawaii for many years to come.

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