25 things I’d rather you see than my outer beauty

I want you to see me, for me! Here are 25 things I’d rather you see than my outer beauty.

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Today I Met a Man

Today I met a man. He approached me and said, “Can you help me? I do not need money, I do not need cigarettes, I do not need food.  I need your advice!” “Answer just one question. Can you tell me what I need to do, what I should to do, to improve myself? …to…

My Bucket List: Life’s Ultimate To-do List

Many people have a desire to see the world or have a particular destination they one day dream of visiting? There is nothing more exciting than crossing that dream vacation off your list or completing something daring. What’s on your bucket list? If photo ops with the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Island hopping in Greece…

Star Gazing in the Andes

As the sun sets behind the Andes Mountains, the white snow-capped peaks begin to lose the bright majestic effect which makes them stand out among the other surrounding summits in the distance. Still visible with the outline of our tents pitched in the shadow of this vast mountain; the scene looks picturesque as I gaze…

The Sounds of Drums…

Mid-October is here and it is just now getting a little cool for Florida, if you consider sixty or seventy degrees to be such; an enormous difference from the ninety degree weather only two days prior I must say. I am actually lying on the beach waiting for the evening to begin and the sun…

Bruges, Belgium

Thursday: 14 May 2009 Beautiful rivers, bridges and windmills outline the townships edge with old city gates and walls giving this town a charming feel. City streets lead to the center with churches towering above and multicolored buildings tall and thin. Side by side houses, restaurants, cafes, chocolatiers and pubs that serves Belgian beer. Fields…

Eastern Europe: A Change in Plans

Thursday: 14 May 2009 I just took off for Bratislava, Slovakia on a last minute change in travel plans that took place a couple days ago. I was discussing my route with Alex and he suggested heading to Eastern Europe since it is a plausible way to travel through Europe for cheap. So I picked…

Bruxelles Nord

Tuesday: 12 May 2009 The train station in Bruxelles Nord is a sight to see! The hustle of people departing the arriving trains, filling the platforms that connect many different cities to this single destination or some may continue on to various other locations. However this is normal in any type of station all across…

Maastricht, The Netherlands

Monday: 11 May 2009 The small quaint town of Maastricht in the south of the Netherlands is a different feel from the rest of the country and incorporates a mix of influence from Belgium and the Netherlands. This seems very logical given the border is only four kilometers away from the city center. Getting a…

The Blue Lagoon

Friday: 8 May 2009 I woke early the next morning and began chatting with Ian and Dave where we decided to go to the Blue Lagoon located south of Reykjavik with its ice blue waters, raising steam, calming energy and fascinating mineral deposits for a refreshing mask that is just part of the whole experience. …

The New Yorker

Wednesday: 6 May 2009 The crisp fresh air after a constant drizzle of a late spring rain feels refreshing despite the views of those who reside in the large city and despise the dreary days in New York City. Especially since it interferes with daily activities for those who rely on walking from one destination…

A Sunday with Friends

Today was a wonderful day! While I sit here and reflect on the days events I realize that it is an amazing thing to have friends and enjoy those moments you share with people that have entered your path called life. To find people who are passionate about the world around them and enjoy aspects…