JEEP LIFE AND THE GREAT OUTDOORS
"Not all those who wander are lost"
I'm not exactly sure when it happened, but it happened. I know it happened because I can't stop thinking about it when it's gone. I long to spend time enjoying it's company, I miss it only minutes after I leave it. I can't help it, it's overcome me. Every minute of every hour I'd rather be there than anywhere else...and when I look towards the mountain tops or out across the sea's horizon I start to daydream about everything I'm missing.
I love to explore. I'm meant for it and all it brings. I love the unknown, I love the potential of one day seeing a view that great men and women throughout history have only seen. I love the hunt. I love the serenity of looking as deep into space as the eye can see on a chilly winter night and wonder what exactly is out there. Nature is both predictable and unpredictable. It's both loving and fearful. I am constantly amazed at it's simplicity and complexity and that's why I'm continuously consumed by the next great adventure.
At some level we can all identify with that way of thinking, can't we? If not...you just haven't spent enough time under a beautiful desert sunset, or a snowy mountain top's blanket of clean white snow as it falls. The world was created and then we were created to enjoy it. That's the way it's suppose to be. It can calm a restless mind as well as heal a broken heart. Nature has a way of revealing God's very spirit to us and if we just take the time to look and listen, the world's answers can be found in the beauty of your next expedition.
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