Two roads diverged in a wood and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the differenceRobert Frost
It always seems that society thrusts a map in the hands of everyone dictating what they should do. It’s the acceptable path to take. Why would you possibly need to stray for this?
It’s so ingrained in some of our culture and way of life now that you wouldn’t know if you don’t know. Maybe this map is needed, maybe it’s needed some of the time or maybe we’re blindfolded.
I like many, have walked with this map in my hands. I went to university straight out of school and then got myself a job right after university. But along the way, getting to travel gave me the permission to get lost. On purpose.
To explore all the left and right roads. To look around corners, up high in churches and cathedrals. Underground in bunkers and tunnels. To soak it all in and be surrounded by hidden stories and current stories. The what ifs and dreams. Following the whispers of your soul.
Bury that map away and make your own. Maybe you need to get lost.