A wonderful album "Everything is My Family" by the Chrystal Fighters must have been inspired by Ayahuasca ceremonies. For many days I wanted to share this song "The Moondog" with you, as it inspires and lifts me every single day!
Rock climbing is a very special sport to me because it means determination, courage, hard work and strategic thinking. It also means a lot of time in nature.
It has a lot of similarities to start-ups. And as I am more a startup guy than a climber, connecting those two things makes life a lot richer.
This is an inspiring video about Sean Villanueva O’Driscoll, his clothes, and adventures. It teaches me how to consume less and go for adventures now!
Worth watching as I only share videos that I watch multiple times.
This is a documentary film created by a couple who decided to go explore their country.
I loved this film so much because it is well produced, full of amazing fly fishing moments and it shows how we can plan an extended vacation time to go explore our own lands that are full of wild magic if you dare to seek it.
It was 5:55 AM. My alarm clock rang, as it always does at this time of day. I got up quietly and started executing a very specific set of actions: I went to the kitchen, turned on the kettle, went to the bathroom, came back to the kitchen and poured myself a Pu-erh tea with boiled water. Then I sat down to meditate for 20 minutes using Transcendental Meditation technique that I practice since 2011.
After meditation, I got my tea from the kitchen, turned on a relaxing music track on my headphones, and started journaling. It's not easy to describe that amazing feeling that comes when you connect the vibes of an early morning, good tea, beautiful music, and writing about things that matter.
Global deforestation is a giant problem. Almost everyone agrees that it must be solved as soon as possible. But almost no one seems to know how to do that.
National Geographic writes:
"Deforestation is clearing Earth's forests on a massive scale, often resulting in damage to the quality of the land. Forests still cover about 30 percent of the world’s land area, but swaths half the size of England are lost each year."
"The world’s rain forests could completely vanish in a hundred years at the current rate of deforestation."