I’ve been a bad boy, I know. My blogging has been mute the past few months, but for good reason. Once I returned home I worked furiously on a documentary about my journey, which I hope to have up on the web in the not too distant future. I also decided to take a certification class that would aid me in finding jobs overseas. Oh, and I rested … a little.
But as I wait for job related paperwork being processed by good ol’ Uncle Sam, I realize that my next move is still not the definitive “end-all” decision I had hoped for after jaunting around the planet. It is merely a continuation of the many small steps I have made since I decided to turn my life upside down and inside out. And that may be the
lesson here. Change is gradual and not as easy to predict as one may think. You try to plan it out, but like many things in life, it has a mind of its own.
My advice, for what it’s worth, is to go with change, regardless of what direction it points. It may not be exactly as you had imagined, but if it is true to who you are, it will be a path worth exploring.
Speaking of exploration, I have to pack for tomorrow’s climb of Mount Olympus. What, you honestly thought I was going to stay in boring old New Jersey while the Feds processed my paperwork?
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