This video brings back a lot of recent memories. These places are all so familiar. They’re like home, though they aren’t home.
I think the park would probably draw more tourists if there was always classical music playing in the background. For that reason I’m thankful that there is not.
I think that this video is fantastic.
There are so many amazing places in it.
I’m not putting this up on here because I want to encourage people to merely travel and pursue fun or excitement.
I happen to like it because it brings about thoughts and questions that I think are important. They have value. They point to meaning…
I hope that it does the same for you.
“Look at how beautiful our world is…”
And when that thought hits me, I soon find myself asking- Is it beautiful? What about it isn’t beautiful? What brought about these things? Should we try and change these things? Why? Can we? How?
All worth pondering. Quite inspiring. Not a call to lament, but more of an appeal to substance. I don’t know the answers to those if I follow them through and accept their implications. But at the same time, for some reason, I do think that they are knowable. I have a lot of speculation, but I need to work on my foundation.
<living&learning&discernment> * *is there a difference?