A letter to Utah.
I believe every trip is a new way to grow and 2020 was a year of growth for all of us. But one thing I surely learned is to enjoy life in the slow lane and everything that comes with it. — I had no expectations going into this Utah trip. It was those fuck it moments in life of which I have no regrets. But it definitely humbled me knowing great beauty could be found without the limits of expectations. There was never a “oh that’s it” moment in Utah for sure; only a sense of wonder in the great unknown in whatever form it was manifested to me.
But I feel like a lot of us manifest incorrectly. We tend to manifest *things* when in fact what we rather should be manifesting *a feeling* because what you want right now might not be what you are meant to have— but if you manifest a feeling (love, happiness, kindness, peace etc. ) you’ll realize you won’t be looking to receive anything specific but instead open yourself up to receive whatever you’re meant to have.
See, we sometimes forget how powerful the great outdoors can be for our health and overall well-being. With our lives getting busier than ever and with our fast growing connection to the digital world, getting outside and soaking some vitamin D is the perfect remedy for our highly stressful lives. Allow ourselves to recharge.
So please, let us be kind to Mother Nature, be kind to others, and most importantly, be kind to yourself and trust the process. Hello 2021 not twenty-twenty-won.