Tellus

Tellus: (tel’us), n. 1. [Latin] earth, soil, and the land; a country; the world. 2. a collection of Willamette University student’s insights, stories, photos and thoughts from their experiences studying abroad.

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Reflecting Back

Thoughts I had on top of the Mt. shown. (If the photo uploaded correctly) See gallery.

Why have destinations? If you have nowhere to be it doesn’t matter when you get there.

Live to the beat of life. The farther from it you stray, the more out of tune you sound, the less happy you will be. Listening, and patients are what is necessary for you to hear the rhythm and the will to follow it is all your own. Living this way requires adaptability. When a tree is blown by the wind it does not stand ridged fighting mother nature’s breath, rather it embraces it swaying as she whistles a tune that can be heard if you only listen.



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