Said goodbye to the South of France but beyond grateful for the memories I left with and the opportunity to spend such quality time with the incredible women I get to call family 🌅
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I finally made it up for my own Sanur sunrise pic. Unfortunately a little cloudy but still beautiful & so peaceful sitting, waiting & watching the world come to life for another day.
Happy Monday my friends. Wishing you all a wonderful week ahead 😘 #sunrisesanur#newweek#sunrisesandsunsetsaroundtheworld
When it come to views I'm 1000% ready for the climb! Do you climb or do you admire from where you are?
¡Cuando se trata de vistas, estoy 1000% lista para la escalada! ¿Subes o admiras desde donde estás?
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I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.
Aprendi que a coragem não era a ausência do medo, mas o triunfo sobre ele. O homem corajoso não é aquele que não sente medo, mas aquele que conquista esse medo.
If the only prayer you said in your whole life was, “Thank You,” that would suffice.” Meister Eckhart, 13th century German theologian
Beginning around August until early October, many German towns celebrate “Erntedankfest,” thanksgiving of the harvest festival. The centerpiece is the harvest crown or “Erntekrone” made of braided grain. It symbolizes that the bounty of the harvest reigns over all, for without a harvest, people would go hungry.
In Ancient times, giving gratitude to the earth and the gods ensured that the next growing season would be good.
Genuine gratitude does not come easily, and psychologists see it as a diminishing virtue in a consumerist society. The focus is often on what we lack, whereas gratitude is a deeper appreciation of what we already have.
Part of this festival is also called a “Heimatfest” or homeland festival, where the traditions, culture and rituals of this area are the hallmark. Recognizing all that has made us into who we are, is another form of gratitude. "In ordinary life, we hardly realize that we receive a great deal more than we give, and that it is only with gratitude that life becomes rich." Dietrich Bonhoeffer