With new regulations all across the world forcing us to stay at home we seldom have that time where we can go out and enjoy an adventure of some sorts, perhaps even no time. So that leaves me with looking at the past and telling a story in which I was 'free'. If you have … Continue reading Mano de Dios
The beauty in between Above is an image taken on my Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini in the year of 2017. We were on the summit of Mias Poort, overlooking the mountains in the distance. Did we have a permit you ask? Huh, what's that? Anyways, I mentioned that I was using this ancient 'smartphone' of … Continue reading What remains is
There is a film that keeps on popping up in my head. It's called Point Break. I am referring to the latest one, the reboot in 2015. However the one in '91 with Keanu Reeves is not much different besides the obvious signs of a smaller budget. The film is about an adrenaline junkie, Johnny, … Continue reading Are we forced into situations?
For the month of April I decided I would challenge myself physically and do 100 push-ups a day. A very straightforward challenge however it can get difficult to do it day in and day out. The main reason why I decided to do it was actually to build up strength so that I can do … Continue reading Doing 100 push-ups a day is stupid
I recently read this book by Bear Grylls: Mud, Sweat and Tears. After going to the GLS summit last year I watched Bear give a testimony on his life and how to keep that fire going on in yours. He has always been a significant person in my life for his adventurous spirit and the … Continue reading Risk Taking
The wonderful thing about this world is that we are all unique. We all have our own story, our own strengths and weaknesses, our own life. You can expect the unexpected when it comes to meeting someone for you will never be able to compare them to anyone else, there may be similarities, but nowhere … Continue reading Where does your gifting lie?
In all areas of life, one needs to make choices. From starting out in preschool by choosing who your friends will be to choosing where you would like to be buried (yes, that's a very morbid thing to mention) and everything in between. Some are more important than others and the older you get the … Continue reading Making the right choice is not enough
Upon reading Genesis I of course 'stumbled' upon the book of Noah. For the umpteenth time of reading it I had this question in mind: How long did it actually take for Noah to build the ark? It took me a while, and technically I don't have an answer, but a rough estimate. In the … Continue reading Landing on Ararat
There are some first impressions in life in which one never forgets. Whether it is for a bad reason, a funny reason or maybe even because there was something different about the moment. In this case, I'm going to write about when you see someone truly breathtaking. Over the years there are some moments where … Continue reading Looking for ‘You’