Words can’t describe all the feelings and good vibes I felt during our trip to Morocco, so I won’t even try. But there are three thoughts I’ve managed to put into words and typed into my notes on my phone when I was there, which I’d like to share with you:
- Be thankful. Be thankful to just be alive, to move freely, to feel everything so deeply and to be able to experience all these things – even if it’s just the tiniest things, like touching a turtle for the first time, tasting a foreign dish you’ve never had before or smelling the hot, dusty air in the desert.
- Experiencing the coolest places doesn’t mean anything if you can’t share it with the right people. Or: Life is just so much better when you’re surrounded by likeminded people.
- We’re responsible for your own happiness. It’s our own mental attitude which makes the world what it is for us. Our thoughts make things beautiful; our thoughts make things ugly. The whole world is in our minds, and our minds are responsible for how we perceive things. It’s all a matter of seeing things in the right light, and choosing to have the right attitude about them.
And since we all know a picture can say more than 1000 words, I leave you with some of my favorite shots taken in Morocco (taken by my love, Patrick):