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... of your time.
- Live life passionately.
- Always maintain a sense of wonder about the world.
- Always learn. Always grow.
- Meet and empathize with people who are very different than you. Learn, understand and appreciate them.
- Love passionately. Care ...
... we stopped in at a gun shop to examine all the nightmare inducing weapons they had for sale – but we finally made it back to downtown and parked ourselves down for some Pho. I was raving about it during the whole walk and hoped that my companion would enjoy. I think he did, although to be honest once the steaming bowl was placed in front of my I couldn’t have cared less if he did or not: Pho mode had been engaged. It was delicious, no ...
... It was an incredible trip."
Jess: "I will never forget the first day of really "exploring" where we encountered rhinos on a short trek. Shortly afterward, we ate lunch and it started to downpour. That is when I saw the beauty of Uganda. I will also never forget Patrick and my Dad trying that homemade banana gin for the first time. The expressions on their faces were priceless! Finally, one of my favorite memories was ...
... want? I've been mulling over the possibilities. A journal with the American flag on the front? Nah, too... American. An american cookbook? Nah, who wants to eat American food? So if you have any suggestions, kindly leave them in the comments section!
So I'll start this tradition now, every new entry, I will have a "dinosaur of the day" so today's dinosaur of the day is..... the Philosophical Dinosaur Meme! Have a great day my travelers!
... crime, the bad guy is taken into the wilderness. First he is blinded. Then one of his lungs is punctured and one leg is broken. And he is left there, When asked what happened if the wounded man managed to return to the group, Josh said that would be an impossibility.
There was always a head woman of each group who regulated womans work. Girls were taught that there was womans business and mens buisness and neither must ...