'In the end we only regret the chances we didn’t take' - my dear friend @suelegance_by_suela asked me to mention 5 facts about me, that you might not know:
1.) my wife and I got engaged on top of the Rockefeller Center in New York City in 2012
2.) i can‘t sleep much more than 6 hours a night but i try to change that 😅
3.) since i was small (when was that? 🙈) i prefer walking or riding my bike as much as i can, to riding the bus, taxi or nowadays driving my car
4.) i can't see long distance at night and my eyes are very sensitive to sunlight, so I have to wear sunglasses almost every time the sun comes out 😎
5.) when I have to think about something or just need to relax I just take my bike for a ride into the woods -
Wishing you all a great start into the week and a happy Monday ☺️🙏🏻
the best things in life aren't THINGS ❤
Me as a person from the time i can remember used to rebel against the social barriers and mediocracy. Never feeling the need to please the society or its ways even though i never knew why i was like that. When everyone around me complained and tried to mould me back in to the society and its ways which most people try to fit in to, supressing their real desires and wishes, I kept questioning it and people used to get offended or pissed off just because i wanted to know why they wanted me to pretend to be someone that i really wasn't.
As i grew up i learnt why i was like that even from the begining of my times, this society and its ways are just a fake face that people put up to please others. They do things they hate or not do things they love supressing their soul and passion altogether on a timescale building up so much negativity within themselves and when they see other people doing what they wanted to do and didnt have the guts to, they just hate on them and spread shit about them.
I gradually learned to ignore such acts as much as possible and always fight for what i feel is right. Stay positive and strong no matter what life throws at you.
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Traveler tip : it takes forever to get Arizona red dirt out of anything! Be prepared to be finding it in your shoes and bags weeks later. But hey, it’s a nice reminder of a great adventure!
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