JEEP LIFE AND THE GREAT OUTDOORS
"Not all those who wander are lost"
The more time I spend outdoors, the more I feel trapped when I'm not, and sometimes...that trapped feeling causes me to do stupid stuff for an escape. It's almost weird, and I'm sure I'm not the only one. So, that got me thinking...
What would our society look like if more people embraced that feeling, recognized it's negative potential, and took some time to step out for some exploration instead of pouring all that energy into self destruction? Would it change things? Would it change us? Would random acts of senseless violence slow down? Would people be more happy in their jobs? Would families stay together instead of breaking down over some of the meaningless, selfish reasons that our often to blame? I'm not saying hitting the trails in your Jeep will solve all of your problems, and hiking the back woods of your local mountains will definitely not create world peace, but It will help you find peace. Spending time in nature will help you have clarity to deal with your problems with a healthy mindset.
Remember, if every individual woke up each day committed to being the best they can be, committing themselves to treating people with respect and kindness, faithfully working on fixing their own issues instead of pointing out the issues of the people around them so they feel normal about themselves, all of the problems of the world would quickly begin to disappear.
Embrace the call of nature, run, hike, camp, explore, take your Jeep on an expedition of a life time, all time spent outside is an investment to yourself on what's inside.
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