The End of the World.

Beyond the edge of the world there’s a space where emptiness and substance neatly overlap, where past and future form a continuous, endless loop. And, hovering about, there are signs no one has ever read, chords no one has ever heard.
— Haruki Murakami

Sometimes you just need to go stand on a cliff and let the wind blow through every cell of your being. Feel the thrill of the high edge of rock slowly being eroded away by the elements, appreciate this earth and the feeling of being at the end of it. 

After the evening of wandering the cliffs of the most eastern point of Europe, I took myself to the bar, had a few vinos, a dance, and met some wonderful new friends. Just letting myself remember to not take this journey so seriously and let the path unwind for itself. Knowing in my heart that there will always be ups and downs along the way, but even when the we feel that the valley is so deep and dark there is no way of making it out, the road will slowly turn and we will start to make our way up and back to the light.

I had such a wonderful feeling here, and when my job at the bar ended, I moved to this wonderful place and found a home in a surf camp where I can teach yoga and tend to the guests. I decided to let my trust lead me, and it lead me to a dreamy place with dreamy people. What a wonderful new beginning.

Love and light,

Tineke xx