vendredi 11 avril 2014
I don't have the right to judge you
But I have the right to show you that I care.
I don't have the right to choose for you
But I have the right to stay close when you're lost.
I don't have the right to spy on you
But I have the right to assure you my support.
I don't have the right to tell you what's "right"
But I have the right to tell you what I think is "wrong".
A friend will never deter
A friend will never argue
But listen to.
A friend would not always be next to you
But, as a friend, his/her thoughts will always accompany you.
To all the friends of the world,
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dimanche 9 mars 2014
He is from Anywhere.
He is going to Everywhere. Now: Europe as a playground. He's been traveling since he's...?
The one who travels knows the beginning, but has no idea about the end.
Smiles, paths, smells, shares, histories, dramas, connections. Changing and moving ahead. Still on the road. Going with the flow. Sharing impermanence, accepting that everything passes away at the very moment we look at it.
Welcome to the world of a serial hitchhiker!
dimanche 23 février 2014
vendredi 21 février 2014
If you think with love, you will never be scared.
If you speak with uprightness, you will never feel ashamed.
If you act with compassion, you will never feel anger.
Live with a balanced mind, and you will never fall. And if you happen to fall, you will always get back on you feet.
mardi 18 février 2014
A videoclip that will make you think-talk-act to the fullest:
You are your own master. The choice is yours. You create your fate.
mardi 11 février 2014
To share with no limits!
(The pictures are from my travel through South East Asia - here: Bangkok, Thailand)
mardi 10 décembre 2013
One month ago, I have left a country it took me so much pain, time and challenges to live in. I had a brand new life there, began to have new friends, new job, I even could have a - basic - conversation - in Burmese.
I settled in Yangon, Myanmar.
Not so long ago, if someone would have told me I would travel around the whole world, earning my life with internet through skills I loved and I was gifted for, I would question myself about his/her mental sanity.
I was living in a country I was crazy about, and however, 4 months after having settled, I have left. I have begun to build an entire new life there, and I have left.
I don't say it was not heartbreaking to make this decision. I don't say it did not cost me much pain, tears, doubts, mind confusion.
During my stay in Yangon, in my - as I used to define it - "Lovely Hell", I saw a lot of things that compassionate eyes would have barely believed in. I saw Disgusting. I saw Unbearable. I felt Unfair. I realized that some human beings, somewhere - very close to me - are treated - and live worse -than an animal. And I was so grateful for what I had. And I wanted to help so much.
Living in this country, learning its habits and language, getting deeper into the understandings of a nation I was so different from but I so deeply fell in love with, I WOULD be able to make the difference. And I have begun to.
And then, I fell sick. I have tried to go through it, and it got worse. I mean: really worse.
I had 2 choices: staying - and getting even more sick. Or leaving - and recovering.
How many people have to face a situation because they have to? How many people have to live a life they did not chose, simply because they were born in a country they would not have any ability to make choices?
You may have a lot of money. You may be famous and having your face on the top of the world's newspapers. You may even be the healthiest person on Earth. But if you don't have the power of choosing the life you want to live and the ability of making choices, would that really count?
Take a minute to think about this. And make the right decision for you are able to do so. Don't waste the biggest power you have ever received.