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Two Long Traveling Visitors


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'Role the World' - Chris and Sara May's blog about their trip from Greece to India by bicycle
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Hi, we are Chris and Sara-may and we are going to travel to India by bike! On our way we are going to make stops to work on farms and volunteer in different projects to help local people a hand and get a great experience and a bed and food in return.Hello
In March 2016 Chris and Sara-May passed from our island on their way from Greece to India by bicycle! Isn’t it amazing? I am sharing Aside from the adventure, the freedom, and to get in good shape for summer – just kidding-, we both crave to learn life through practice after years of studying. In order to get a deeper understanding in who we are and what we want. Biking long distances can get you in a meditative state and gets you to places you otherwise might never end up.with you the part of their blog ‘Role the World’ related to Ikaria. It was a great pleasure for me to assemble this entry. I wish these two long traveling visitors all the good luck from the bottom of my heart!

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View of the Ikarian coast from the road

«Icaria turned out to be a whole different story. However the island is almost next to Mykonos it has a different climate and is therefore very foresty and has a lot of variety in the landscape. We could pick the food of the ground, and picked herbs like sage, rosemary, thyme, bay leaf, a camomille variety, malve, and vegetables like wild carrot for our dishes. But it is not only the climate that makes Icaria special. It is also the course of history that gave Icaria a special identity.»

1st night in Ikaria: camp in Fytema

«Icarian people did not had it easy in the course of history due to famines, the wars in the 1940s and constant piracy and Turkish occupation. These circumstances made them also innovative, brave and authentic. For example they destroyed their ports to protect themselves against pirates. Consequently this made them one of the best boat engineers in the Cyclades, because they needed to develop special trics to come on shore.»

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«In 1912 they also had their own revolution against the Turkish and declared independence for five months. These months they also had their own flag, national anthem, own stemps etc. However, they were occupied by Turkey again while the rest of Greece became a united country. During the Greek civil war (1946-1949) the exiled communists were send to the island which gave Icaria the nickname ‘the Red rock”.»

Idyllic camping spot in the mountains of Ikaria

«Anthony J. Papalas wrote an interesting book about the history of the island titled, «Rebels and Radicals». And somehow you can feel this identity when you wonder around the island. An island that for a long time did not have a lot of connections with the outside world, except for some trade with the neighbouring islands. In the 1970s the Greek government started to invest in the island to boost touristy industry. And however summer can be busy, Icaria remained under the radar of many tourists.»

«Icarian communities»

Campfire in Kiparissi beach north Ikaria

«The night we arrived it was rainy and stormy. We found a beach recommended by an Icarian we found through couchsurfing. Camping life started here, so we discovered that we had only a few tent pins and that our old tent was not waterproof. The tent got blown away almost two times, until we found an old building we could hide under. The next day was full of sunshine so we could dry our stuff and call our first contact: Lefteris from couchsurfing.»

Lefteris and Kaira

«Lefteris responded that we were welcome to stay at his house. We were very lucky to meet him and his girlfriend Irini and not only because we were save from story nights. After cycling some pretty challenging mountain Lefteris picked us up to bring us to a music jam session at his friends house. We arrived in a beautiful little cottage house. Niko the owner transformed four old walls into a cousy house filled with soul.»

Improvised fiesta gathering in Ikaria

«We were lucky to arrive that weekend because there were several fiestas before the Greek fasting period of 40 days. Friends gather together make delicious food, bring their own wine and their music instruments for some cousy evenings. We were offered some great food, wine and company. Thereby the music jam sessions with typical Greek instruments was amazing to experience.»

In the soup lab of our second couchsurfing hosts Lefteris and Irini (Icaria, Greece). Great people who showed us the nice icarian spirit with a lot of hospitality people.

«The night after we visited the second house where many people gathered and the table was filled with fava, the meat of their own pig, bulgur salads, rice, roasted bread, potatoes and of course local strong red wines. These fiesta gatherings were really amazing and we met many great people. We could stay three nights at Lefteris place. He showed us the area and Irini showed us her little soap factory. Which can be read here. We said goodbye and started our cycling journey around the island.»

Swimming in Seychelles beach in March.

«We camped at some amazing places. Also at the famous Seychelles beach with water so blue, you have to wear sunglasses. However at this beach we endured a very stormy night again where Sara was afraid we would get caught between the sea and the rocks. However everything turned out to be fine and we woke up at one of the most beautiful beaches of the islands.»

Camping at paradise but stormy “Seychelles” beach in south Icaria.

«During camping we built campfires and cook our vegetables with rice and bouillon: a delicious meal. We have breakfast with three different kind of fruits and oats. We need to stay healthy for the mountains we have to climb.»

Relaxing in the warm springs of Lefkada Ikaria in March.

«When we ask people to fill up our water we often get many treats. In ten days we cycled form north Icaria to south, to north again to pick up the forgotten phone at the post office and to south again where our ferry would leave. In the south we discovered the amazing hot springs: for free, nobody there, where you can chill in a hot bath in the sea.»

This cute lady invited us for pizza and shared her life story’s with us (Icaria, Greece).

«Near Agios Kerykos, the capital we met the 76-year old Helene in a dark street. A lonely lady who speaks English fluently because she lived and married in America for a while. She could not walk well but that did not keep her from giving us a tour and telling about her growing up on the island. A tough time. According to Helen the second world war was not such a bad period compared to the Greek civil war. And also the conservative climate and strict education made it hard for her, especially because she was an orphan. Her bad marriage with the American tha did not want to have children with an orthodox christian woman did not made it a lot easier afterwards.»

Windsafe camping spot in south Ikaria.

«She was so happy to meet us that she insisted to treat us ” the best pizza in Icaria”. We exchanged phone numbers and the next day we met Helene at restaurant Feloti. Where she told us she is a joker. She wants to make jokes all the time, but at night she cries in her bed she says. Being strucked by all kind of diseases like artritos. We enjoyed her stories so much and are very happy to meet this chatty and lively old lady in the dark streets of Icaria.»

We met this french guy in a old greek tavern with life music and shared food. He invited us for a night in his house (Icaria, Greece).

«In two days we managed to go from south to north to pick up our phone. It started to rain pretty bad and the way was longer than we imagined. However we did manage to see the Icarian carnaval parade in Evdilos. We contacted Yannis, a friend of Lefteris who saved us and took us on our last night to another fiesta with again great food, wine and people. A perfect goodbye to this special island. We could spend the night at a french guy we met a the party and after some nice breakfast we left for our way back to the other side of the island where we would leave by ferry to our third island: Chios.»

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a wonderful old lady who likes to gives cookies when blond strangers cycle in front of her house… (Icaria, Greece). Lefteris just started his own project with friends: He offers hiking tours and can tell about the islands and its ecological environment. Irini is a graduated sociologist. Since three years she moved from Athens to Icaria and is now busy with starting a soap business. Her hobby: making soaps got out of hand and she is now ready to start her Syneme soaps in shops. Syneme is Icarian slang for something like: if its meant to happen, it will happen. However it is very difficult to sell soaps without official papers. We were lucky to see her little working place next to the house where you can totally work in serenity with clean herbal smells. Couchsurfing at Lefteris place. With the supercute dog Kaira and a Rummikub session. Chris having breakfast in Seychelles beach. “Industrial style” in Icaria’s capital Ag. Kirikos.

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People like Chris and Sara May who visited Ikaria:

In my blog: 'Jurgen the Nomad' In my blog: 'Adam, the wandering farmer and seed collector' In my blog: Two traveling marine scientists, Benjamin and Josephine, on a short holiday in Ikaria - photostory In Eleni's blog: 'Evan from Milwawkee Wisconsin USA rides his bicycle from Turkey to Greece and finds paradise in Ikaria'

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Τι θα κάνουμε το φετινό χειμώνα


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In Nana to agrimi's blog: 'Always back to angels' pools in spring!'
.«..πάντα είχαμε το όνειρο να φτιάξουμε μια μεγάλη πεζοπορική διαδρομή που θα συνδέει δύο από τα πιο εντυπωσιακά φαράγγια της Ικαρίας, της Χάλαρης στο βορρά και του Ρυάκα στο νότο. Το αποτέλεσμα θα ήταν μια μοναδική «ποταμίσια» διάσχιση του νησιού, από την παραλία του Να στη περιοχή των Ραχών μέχρι την παραλία του Ρυάκα στην περιοχή του Μαγγανίτη

Ημερολόγιο Εκδρομών και Δραστηριοτήτων του Ορειβατικού Πεζοπορικού Συλλόγου Ικαρίας: 'Κυριακή 8/6/14 : Εκδρομή εξερεύνησης και φαραγγισμού (Εριφή - Ρυάκας)'

Αναγνώστη, σπάνια είδες να γράφω στο πρώτο πληθυντικό πρόσωπο. Αλήθεια είναι, ποτέ μου δεν ένιωσα ότι ανήκω σε κάποιους ή σε κάτι, παρά μόνο -κι αυτό τώρα τελευταία- ότι ανήκω στο χώρο που ζω.
Εδώ λοιπόν στο νησί, εκτός από μια μοναδική κορυφογραμμή με κρυφές κοιλάδες και άγριες παραλίες, έχει μερικά πολύ εντυπωσιακά βαθιά φαράγγια. Τέτοια μέρη, όταν είμουν μικρή, όποτε τα έβρισκα, ήθελα να τα κρατήσω μόνο για τον εαυτό μου. Αργότερα όμως κατσίκια, αγελάδες, σκουπίδια, τσιμέντα και μπάζα με έκαναν και κατάλαβα ότι αν και μοναχική από τη φύση μου, πρέπει να βοηθώ να γνωρίσουν οι άνθρωποι καλύτερα το περιβάλλον τους και να μην το καταστρέφουν, γιατί είναι ο μόνος αληθινός πλούτος που έχουμεScetchy map of the hike of the two canyons in Ikaria στην Ελλάδα.
Γι’ αυτό, τώρα όπως κι άλλες φορές, βοηθάω στην ιδέα του ΟΠΣ Ικαρίας που την κεντρική ιδέα της βρήκα κι έγραψα για εισαγωγή.
Θέλω λοιπόν να βοηθήσω να φτιαχτεί «το Μονοπάτι των Δύο Φαραγγιών» : να μαζευτούν φωτογραφίες και συντεταγμένες, να οριστούν σημεία για διανυκτέρευση, να μετρηθούν αποστάσεις και να ασφαλιστούν δύσκολα περάσματα.
Νας, Χάλαρη, Εριφή, Σελίνι, Γέλι, Ρυάκας – τα ξέρω καλά αυτά τα μέρη. Ένα λέω μόνο:
άσχετα αν δεν έγινε τίποτα στην πράξη, δίκαια αυτή η έκταση κηρύχτηκε κάποτε «Περιοχή NATURA2000»!
The wet part of the trail in Chalares Canyon, IkariaΌσοι αγαπάτε τα άγρια τοπία με βράχια, δέντρα και νερά, δείτε τώρα μερικές φωτογραφίες που μάζεψα και συμφωνήστε μαζί μου. Αξίζει να γίνει το «Μονοπάτι των Δύο Φαραγγιών»!!!
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Φαράγγι της Χάλαρης : Νας – Πέζι__

Nas, woman in the heart of nature A Noon in the River 9 While everybody was watching the Olympic games

Στερέωση σχοινιού ασφαλείας στο Φαράγγι της Χάλαρης 24 hours in the canyon 7 Dipotama in a rather dry May

Ratsos 02.09.16 - 02: Irresistible classic pose 24 hours in the canyon 3 On the way home through the pine trees in the green side of the canyon

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Αθέρας : ΠέζιΕριφήΓέλι__

Pezi 07: Young Prince Hawthorn! Ikaria 214: Between Agios (St.) Isidoros & Mt. Melissa (1033 m.) Ikaria 72

proespera-1, from 'Stacking stones Pezi 01: Melting rocks Going swimming on the mountain

Hawthorn with white blossoms on the plateau wildcamp3, from 'Mountain Camping Easter' We scout

EGRf009 (view of the island and other rocks) EGRf064: Amazing rock formations inside the passage to the canyon. EGRf058: The man and the place

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Φαράγγι Ρυάκα : Γέλι – παραλία Ρυάκα__

A crest of the ridge seen from below We laugh EGRf062: Amazing rock formations inside the passage to the canyon

Chapel between two crests Ryakas Ikaria Sept 2013 015 Ryakas Ikaria Sept 2013 035

EGRf039 (the girls of the 1st team) EGRf040 (as inviting as it looks) EGRf026 (girl of the 2nd team)

Ryakas Ikaria Sept 2013 034 EGRf030 (Zino looking at the fall) EGRf036 (the 5th large pool & the deepest)

Ryakas Ikaria Sept 2013 036 EGRf033 (Zino tired) EGRf031 (4th large pool)

EGRf035 (canyoning involves swimming) Ryakas Ikaria Sept 2013 013 Ryakas Ikaria Sept 2013 031

Ryakas Ikaria Sept 2013 039 EGRf044 (general view of Ryakas canyon from the beach) EGRf046 (Ryakas beach - end of the hike)

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Αυτά.
Στοιχεία άλλα δεν δίνω.
Είναι νωρίς και ξέρω ότι προτρέχω
και είμαι βιαστική κι αυθαίρετη ως συνήθως.
Αλλά άμα γουστάρεις, αναγνώστη, γενικά για τα φαράγγια της Ικαρίας
μπορείς να δεις πολλές εικόνες στο: Google Image Search: «Ikaria+canyon»

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Giving it all : Wild coves & beaches in northern Ikaria


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super splash ikaria«Oh, what mortal place have I reached this time? Are they cruel and merciless savages, or god-fearing people, generous to strangers? The noise in my ears sounded like girls shouting, nymphs who haunt the high mountain passes, tributary streams, and grassy meadows. Am I near creatures with human speech? Let me look, and see.»
(The Odyssey)
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Agia Paraskevi

Agia Paraskevi

Pefkoudi

Pefkoudi

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Agios Fokas

Agios Fokas

Avgolimin

Avgolimin

Livada

Livada

Monokampi, Avlakas

Monokampi, Avlakas

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Miliopo, Trahilas

Miliopo, Trahilas

Kremasti, Skali

Kremasti, Skali

Kalamourida

Kalamourida

Fidos

Fidos

Armenistis, Vathepotamia

Armenistis, Vathepotamia

Nanouras, Trahilas

Nanouras, Trahilas

Amalou, Apokofto

Amalou, Apokofto

There you are, I’m done with my secret Ikarian coves. Some say I shouldn’t have given them out, that I should have kept the secret etc. I thought so myself years ago. But I have changed my mind. Though these places are marked in the latest map as «swimming spots» ≅ the fact is that they are hardly accessible to the average summer visitor O_o So I doubt if you meet anybody there but an occasional cow or goat. Nevertheless, be respectful and careful and let others enjoy them too. Check out a few related old entries of our blogs if you wish. We have been going there since 2007 and as long as we can, we will still go! Who knows, some day a shipwrecked Odysseus may land at our feet.

In Eleni's blog : Αφιερωμένο στην Αθηνά και σε κανέναν άλλον! In my blog: Εξερευνώντας την ακτογραμμή, ξαφνικά ανακαλύψαμε μια θερμοπηγή! - As we were exploring the coastline, all of a sudden we discovered a warm spring in the sea! In my blog : 'Ημαστε στη παραλίτσα της Αγίας Παρασκευής (προστάτιδος της υγείας των οφθαλμών) στη βορειοανατολική Ικαρία. In my blog : καλό καλοκαίρι σε όλους και όλες! In my blog : Back to land, near the sea, inside the sea, hidden paths, hidden places. In my blog : Unexpected discoveries inside an unbelievably beautiful secret cove and mountain gorge in Ikaria.

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Giving it all : Wild coves & beaches in southern Ikaria


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stony softness ikaria«To be on your own, with no direction home. A complete unknown, like a rolling stone…»
(Bob Dylan)
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Ai Giorgis, Kavo Papas

Ai Giorgis, Kavo Papas

Mavri, Karkinagri

Mavri, Karkinagri

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Kalou, Karkinagri

Kalou, Karkinagri

Trapalou cove

Trapalou cove

Elias Kampos

Elias Kampos

Ryakas beach

Ryakas beach

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Seychelles Katsounes

Seychelles Katsounes

Plagia, Platamonas

Plagia, Platamonas

Kissontas

Kissontas

Gialia

Gialia

Nikaris

Nikaris

Skourdouliaris

Skourdouliaris

Agios Kirikos, Prioni

Agios Kirikos, Prioni

Therma, Loumakia

Therma, Loumakia

Nealia

Nealia

Agkaliasma

Agkaliasma

Onifi

Onifi

Kerame

Kerame

Glyfadi

Glyfadi

Faros, Petradia

Faros, Petradia

Ai Giorgis, Drakano 1

Ai Giorgis, Drakano 1

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Ai Giorgis, Drakano 2

This is all for the time being and I think it’s more than enough. If you open the links to the pictures and you are patient, you may find more! As for the real places, I am sorry that I can’t take you by the hand and take you there. You will have to find them on your own. I am aware that this dry list is lacking personal touch. You can get a bit of that in older entries of our blogs, for example at :

Côte de Naufragés Sauvés
In Eleni's blog : A memorable day in

Wild Shots
Adventures in the southern coastline

The Answer to How is Yes!
In my blog : Philosophy, climbs and dives in the southern coastline, May 11, 2009

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by SamosSteveAn amazing slideshow by SamosSteve on Flickr with photos from his mountain bike tour along the southern coast, in case you don't believe us! ^^’ I hope to be able to continue giving it all this time with «Wild coves & beaches in northern Ikaria». No preview, sorry! See you soon.
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Mountain camping Easter


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It’s Greek Easter and our reverent monastic community will be staying on the mountain for rituals and well-earned relaxation
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Wild camp Easter Erifi Ikaria 4  Wild camp Easter Erifi Ikaria 3


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The Answer to How is Yes!


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Don't dig! Climb!

The title of this entry says everything. I found it under a picture by ‘Bill Balance’ in Flickr

As you can see it’s a book by Peter Block. Here you can read the excerpt. From this excerpt I am quoting a few phrases and sentences:There is depth in the question «How do I do this?» that is worth exploring. The question is a defense against the action.

on stacking stones in Ikaria

There is something in the persistent question How? that expresses each person’s struggle between having confidence in their capacity to live a life of purpose and yielding to the daily demands of being practical.

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It has always struck me that I can write or speak the most radical thoughts imaginable. I can advocate revolution, the end of leadership, the abolition of appraising each other, the empowerment of the least among us, the end of life on the planet as we know it, and no one ever argues with me. The only questions I hear are «How do you get there from here? Where has this worked?

We often avoid the question of whether something is worth doing by going straight to the question «How do we do it?»

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Nana climbs Ikaria

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«What do you do when you find yourself in a hole?» His answer was, «The first thing you do is stop digging.»– …

to act as if we already knew how-we just have to figure out what is worth doing. It would give priority to aim over speed.

Plagia in Ikaria

In the face of the struggle to know what matters to us, and to act on it, we have to be gentle with ourselves. We live in a culture that lavishes all of its rewards on what works, a culture that seems to value what works more than it values what matters.

The phrase «what matters» is shorthand for our capacity to dream, to reclaim our freedom, to be idealistic, and to give our lives to those things which are vague, hard to measure, and invisible.

Pounta under Plagia in Ikaria

When we ask How? we are really making a statement: What we lack is the right tool. The right methodology. We are mechanics who cannot find the right wrench.

There are more important questions, and How? should be asked later rather than sooner. We are at times so eager to get practical right away that we set limits on ourselves. We become imprisoned in our belief that we don’t know how and therefore need to keep asking the question. Also, in our search for tools, we become what we seek: a tool.We reduce ourselves to being primarily pragmatic and utilitarian.

Chapel over Platamonas in Plagia

What is really interesting about How? is that we are asking a question to which we already have the answer

One way of understanding the meaning of the question How? is to consider it as an expression of our wish for control and predictability.

Olive trees in Plagia

If knowing How? offers us the possibility of more control and predictability, then we may have to sacrifice them to pursue what matters.

Choosing to act on «what matters» is the choice to live a passionate existence, which is anything but controlled and predictable.

Unattended goats in Ikaria

Acting on what matters is, ultimately, a political stance, one whereby we declare we are accountable for the world around us.

Giving priority to what matters is the path of risk and adventure, but I also believe that the institutions and culture that surround us are waiting for us to transform them into a fuller expression of our own desires.

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We have the potential to reclaim and experience our freedom and put our helplessness behind us.

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We have the capacity to experience an intimate connection with other people and with all we come in contact with, rather than feeling that we exist in relationships born of barter and instrumentality.

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We also have the capacity and maturity to live a life of service and engagement, rather than the primary pursuit of entitlement and interests that focus on ourselves.

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Couldn’t agree more.


– The phrase «what matters» is shorthand for our capacity to dream, to reclaim our freedom, to be idealistic, and to give our lives to those things which are vague, hard to measure, and invisible. – Choosing to act on «what matters» is the choice to live a passionate existence, which is anything but controlled and predictable. – One way of understanding the meaning of the question How? is to consider it as an expression of our wish for control and predictability. Well expressed. Thank you for sharing, agrimi ♥
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Once I wrote you about «going with the flow»… When you trust your emotions, you don’t need to know «how»… Decide what matters to you and the universe will provide the «how».

Thanks, Nana, for typing all this out and highlighting – I hadn’t come across it before.

Makes me think of how the «hero» in quest stories, like for instance Chihiro in «Spirited Away»…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTyJBfPX2mY

…has to start her quest without knowing the «how» of it all. The «how» would be too much to stomach, or to remember.

At last a theory to get away with all the «hows» and «wheres» that people ask you. But cuz I know you will never give up giving answers, according to this theory, which of the two is more important for finding the way? An mp3 player or a gps?


an mp3 player ☺

«The Answer to How is Yes» theory is an advanced combination of the «Just do it» and the «Follow your heart» theories. Let’s take the last one first. ‘Follow your heart and then just do it’ is cool. But what if you don’t know where your heart is? What if it’s cold? How (here is «how» :lol) do you kickstart it? You need stimulation for the heart. Yes, the mp3 player is the right gadget!

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Young birds never ask how to fly, they don’t get a lecture on the theory of aviation or the bernoulli principle. When their feathers are long enough, mother gives them a rude kick in the rear and they are off the nest, flying.
Asking someone «How» is a human weakness, half of the how is our fear of the unknown, the other half is having this someone share the blame if we fail to execute the instructions right.


Agrimi, we all know where our heart is. We just need to stay alone from time to time and tune in with its beats.
Usually, there is so much noise around and we get distracted.
~~~The young bird’s mother has the «know-how» (rude kick in the rear) encoded in her genes 🙂 just like the young bird’s father knows how to build a nest.Looks like we «need something -> think about or experiment -> find the way how -> and the knowledge is being saved in DNA»Maybe that’s how the talent can become a heritage from generation to generation…Too many scattered thoughts coming to my mind. Nice entry, indeed!

«Just do it. Find and follow your heart. Find what matters and do it.»

Did I summarize it?


Somebody here is either a natural born leader or is just skillful in making rimes.

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We don’t have the genes. We don’t have the ‘know how’. We don’t know and we don’t have the will to know. We do as we are told to do. But… oh come on, read the excerpt more carefully! ‘Simon G’ falls nearer to the point, as usual. It’s all about will power and in fact in some cases, having no second choice.

South Rocks Ikaria

As you can see, I didn’t highlight any phrases in the comments. Though I was harsh («agrimi») in my last comment, I agree with everybody. After all there is no point in debating but living a life of service and engagement, rather than the primary pursuit of entitlement and interests that focus on ourselves.

 Kalou Rocks Ikaria

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love in the wild


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