Yearly Update: Good Morning from Gorepani…

by | Feb 28, 2018 | The 10 Summits | 0 comments

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April, 2017

This scene melted my heart. For its lovely, lonely, freezing, warm and peace. Just like something has broken, something has born.

The Lam Art

Might be fear has broken, courage has born.

I came all the way here with a heavy heart and lots of problems. I walked thousands steps just to seek for change.

And I got it. Change. I promise the next time I’d back, I would get rid of all my old troubles, be completely different, and be ready.

To get my new goal, I’ve got to crush all of my physical and mental barriers. It’s still crazy and stupid somehow, but I have been so stupid for such a long time.

I promised the next time, no matter what destination, it would be a one way ticket. I would no longer dream it, I would live it. Just be free like a bird spreading wings in the sky.

June, 2018. One year later.

I’m planning for a big project named “1500 days around the world”.

It’s super challenging, but I’m closer to who I always want to be: Being free like a bird spreading wings in the sky.

Oct, 2019. One year later.

I’m now stuck at many financial and mental blocks while I’m carrying “1500 days around the world”.

But I’m okay with not being okay cuz I’m on my way to freedom.

November 2020. One year later.

It’s been 3.5 years since the day I devoted my life to this insane project.

Its name has changed, from “1500 days around the world” to “10SATW”, then a new name which’s easier to understand: “The 10 Summits”.

I still couldn’t prepare myself for it.

Physically, mentally, financially, all is a big NO.

Whenever I told anyone about “The 10 Summits”, they told me the same words: “It’s dangerous”, “It’s impossible”, “Are you lost your mind?”, “You’re not young anymore, don’t waste time in this impractical dream”…

The longer the time, the worse the stress.

But I knew for years that I’ve lost my mind. So I continue.

Things still haven’t got better, I don’t know when it’d be okay, but I still go on..

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