So there has been some blowback from ‘some’ that posting things like this with captions like ‘what’s your excuse again?’ was shaming. No. Things like this force you to put your ‘things’ into perspective. Stop making excuses. He never did... #digdeep#bebold#waypoints
A goal is not an endpoint, rather it is a waypoint in the continuum of life.
To think of it as an endpoint is to set limitations on your journey of self exploration.
If you can commit to letting your mind be free of such limitations then you are free to see just how far into the unknown you can really go.
First night’s waypoint on the next leg of our journey. Dinner with friends from Tacoma @methowskier@ajames3115 . Small world, delightful conversation, and delicious Lebonese food. My fav were the little bird’s nests. #waypoints#journey#findingtheway#walking#train#publicmonument More about the statue... “
At the center of the Place de la République is a 31 feet (9.4 m) bronze statue of Marianne, the personification of the French Republican, "holding aloft an olive branch in her right hand and resting her left on a tablet engraved with Droits de l'homme (the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen)." The statue sits atop a monument which is 75 feet (23 m) high. Marianne is surrounded with three statues personifying liberty, equality, and fraternity, the values of the French Republic.”
What a beautiful image. These amazing animals make migratory journeys of thousands of kilometres between their feeding grounds around Antarctica and the warm waters of the tropics where they give birth. They follow astonishingly straight courses across the open ocean. How do they navigate? We still don’t know but they seem to like visiting underwater mountains- called ‘ #seamounts’ - and maybe these act as useful #waypoints as well as feeding stations. Perhaps they use the #sun and #stars, or #infrasound or #magnetism to guide them. Who knows? It’s a wonderful mystery!
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What a lovely sight! These amazing creatures travel thousands of kilometres between their Antarctic feeding grounds and the warm tropical waters where they give birth to their young. On the way they follow astonishingly straight courses across the open ocean. How do they find their way? Nobody knows but they seem to like visiting underwater mountains- #seamounts - which may act as useful #waypoints or feedings stations. Perhaps they steer by the light of the #sun and #stars? Or by the shape of the earth’s #magnetic field? Perhaps #sound plays a part? It’s anybody’s guess - and a wonderful mystery!