I find again and again that the moments I feel the most, almost inconsequential, are also the moments I feel the most empowered and present and willing. There is real humility to be found in allowing yourself to be and feel small sometimes, especially when you know in your heart and soul that your smallness doesn’t discount your enough-ness nor your importance to this world.
Because make no mistake, we are all important. And there is power in being a small part of a much larger picture; no matter how small your roll may seem, it’s a valuable one.
Never confuse feeling small with you not being enough in this world.
You are enough.
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Just in time for some perfect evening light ✨ love Utah and is many unique landscapes, (especially sprinkled in snow!)
The day I went to Mt. Hood, the weather cleared up with blue skies and no rain. Right before leaving, I walked around to look out in the distance and enjoy the fresh air some more. As the sun went down, Mt. Rainier looked so powerful. I had to shoot this at 105mm and all the layers of terrain and fog kept me in awe 🗻
I’m not quite understanding this whole “arm the teachers thing” they’re talking about in the States. When I was in high school, we didn’t even have enough funding to make sure every student had their own textbook. But now there’s enough in the budget for weapons? #edinburgh#scotland#stgiles
Swimming with the world's biggest fish is truly an amazing experience but I have to say this is not my ideal way to snorkel and see sea life. Whalesharks in Oslob suffer injuries from constant rubbing with boats and contact with hundreds of tourists everyday due to enclosed space as well as the whale sharks’ tendency to swim close or beside humans, it can be difficult not to hit or get hit by them, I felt like I was in aquarium with wild creatures.
I would still want to see whalesharks and swim with them but next time I'd rather go somewhere where you don't feel like you are disturbing and stressing them in their natural environment. 🦈
After changing my mind about 82,736 times. I finally decided to explore the underwater world.
Thank you @maetelangelica and @everydaycrossroads for introducing me to the world of Scuba.
My first breath underwater can't describe my happiness. There is a whole different world down there! Thank you, God, one more time, for the amazing beauty you gave us. ☝️
It's an experience that I will for sure remember for the rest of my life. 📸 @everydaycrossroads
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Stop observing nature and start connecting to it. Nature isn't simply a beautiful picture to look at, but it is the environment we life in. Everytime you explore, you will learn something new about it. You are going to understand why things happen and how nature changes.
The more I travel, the more I realize how amazing He is. ☝️ 📸 @everydaycrossroads
❤❤❤SAPA: NUEVO POST❤❤❤ Sabíamos antes de ir que Sapa en esta época del año no está en su máximo apogeo de color y belleza, sabíamos que tras la recogida del arroz, los arrozales pierden el color verde intenso, pero aún así no nos quisimos perder la posibilidad de hacer un trekking entre arrozales, así que no lo dudamos ni un momento y dentro de nuestro apretado planing de viaje de 24 días por Vietnam y los templos de Angkor, reservamos uno para visitar los famosos arrozales de Sapa.
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