Day 6 of Year 26
Krakow has been a great experience.
I have had some great conversations so far with fellow Nomads during my stay in Krakow. I have met long duration travellers, short stint travellers, and seasoned vets. They all have different stories, and different paths. They have unique reasons and points when they realized their, ‘its time’, moments. Some had detailed plans, others just purchased their first tickets.
It is reassuring to see people who also believe what I believe, and have many more steps down theirs path into their respective unknowns.
The unknown is what I define as the path into new places, new people and new experiences. It is unknown because it cannot be predicted.
This is a new community I am learning much from. A community that is friendly and wanting to interact. Sharing stories, experiences, thoughts, and lives.
They tell great stories.
The resounding conclusions so far are: you can always leave the unknown if you don’t like it. There is always a home. You can always go back. It may not be permanent, but it can be for a time. You can join forces with fellow Nomads, or just drop in and go.
In the end, is life going to give you more time for not entering your unknown?
It is important to do what you want in life, even if it is the uncommon or unorthodox approach. The people with opinions on how you should live your life are not the ones who have to look back at the end of it. There will always be people lining up to nit-pick your every move. Might as well make it the moves you want.
While you unknown may be different than mine, wouldn’t you like to step into your unknown if you have not already, if only for a moment?