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ONE OF THE REASONS I LOVE TO TRAVEL ✨
You know how you can sometimes “love” a certain kind of food but then you have it in the actual country and it’s like whoa, I really LOVE this food?! 😍
That’s how I feel about Mexican food. Like yeah you can find a really good restaurant that offers good quality tacos, but when you go to Mexico City and you have someone make the tortilla for your Huarraches right in front of you and then you see it all come together. That’s a new type of appreciation for the food you’re about to eat
What are some of your favorite foods you’ve tried in your travels?
I don’t know if you had the chance to watch the funeral of President George H. W. Bush. I don’t know your political standpoint, your worldview, your life history, what you value, and today of all days, we should leave those aside in respect and memory. I do know that I was affected by what a legacy and testimony that others had spoke in eulogy today.
This funeral spoke loudly of a person who valued relationships with his family and others over anything else. His life reverberated of love for others. He was a peacekeeper, a thoughtful note writer who took the time to pass on letters of advice to his predecessors, a veteran pilot who was also known as kind and gentle, one who joked that because he was president, he didn’t have to eat broccoli ever again.
Today brings to mind so many ways that now, while we are living, how are we making a difference for others? How are we being a noble yet humble leader in our circles? How are we influencing others in the place we are in? How are our actions speaking for us, without needing to use words? We don’t have to be the president to drive change.
"Some have said in the last few days, 'this is an end of an era.' But it does not have to be. Perhaps it's an invitation to fill the hole that has been left behind." -Rev. Russell Levenson