They say you should go away to find yourself. But I’m not looking for something. Instead, I’m yearning to let go of something. The stress, the boredom, the restlessness, the arrogance and the feeling that life is passing by without my control.
I go away to lose myself. And I think everyone should take the time to do the same.
Life at home isn’t bad, but life away from home can be freeing. Forget about the demands of daily life and let your mind wander to a brighter and simpler place.
You’re never going to enjoy life if you don’t know how to separate responsibilities and leisure. There’s a time and a place for work, chores, and bills. But there’s a need to experience more out of life and that need is like hunger if left unfulfilled.
That’s why I got up at 4:20 am on Saturday and drove hours to Yosemite only to turn back around Sunday afternoon and drive home. I did it because I know that without nourishing the hunger of my soul, I won’t be able to function at my best in the other aspects of my life.
Yosemite National Park is home to one of the most beautiful vistas in the world and offers a diverse landscape that is both thrilling and rejuvenating to people from all over the world. While all national parks are beautiful, this one has a grandeur that you won’t soon forget. Hike, float in the river, stargaze, bike ride, run, take photos, laugh and enjoy life.
Yosemite is nature’s greatest amusement park with thrills for people of all ages.
1. Stars Over Yosemite @ Glacier Point
2. Foresta Falls
3. Bridalveil Falls
4. Hanging Valley
5. The Meadow
6. The Power of Glaciers
And many other breaktaking views…