Andrew, so glad your adventure is almost complete. You almost made me cry seeing this last post, sure wish I could be there in California for your finale. Wishing you well; will be waiting for the book “Walking to Listen” on your experience.
Well I’m sitting looking at the train tracks behind your house where you began walking. I found my car driving me here today after my last client and a challenging day of being present. I thought felt drawn to drive here because I was hoping to catch your mom and give her a big hug full of love and gratitude to take for herself and to bring to you at the ocean! But your mom isn’t here and I’m guessing she is on her way to you. So I send that hug across the miles through these words and say thank you Andrew! Thank you for this walk and for all that will continue to unfold for all of us as we listen and feel into your experience as you are able to share it. Turns out the hug would have been great but I I think the pull to drive in this driveway was I needed to just sit here looking at these train tracks and hear whatever wisdom comes to me. I watched “enjoying it” after just being quiet for awhile and heard the wisdom in “enjoying it” as for me it was a reminder that “it” is this journey of this life and even though I’m struggling with some of what is coming my way right now I gotta focus on enjoying whatever is left of this life and those that I have still to meet and let go of the handles and trust! All good! Love, Erin
Amazing, amazing, amazing journey you’ve had- so powerful. We would love to be able to see you when you are back in PA- your journey – your stories have touched us in so many ways – thank you for letting us be part of your days on the road- Love to you- Chris, Ray, and Steve
Andy, wow, what a last post. I can totally imagine what conflicting feelings you are currently experiencing. Relief, great accomplishment…but on the other side, fear and uncertainty. What have I learned? What have I taken away from this journey? Time will tell…..actually, your journey has only just begun. Each day will probably bring something new to the table to ponder. Baby steps. If you start writing and want to tell your story…..I would read it in a heartbeat!
Dear Andrew, We have never met, but I have been following your adventure since you first began it. Your mom was my first yoga teacher, and I have her to thank for starting me on my own “yoga journey.” I wanted to let you know how much I have looked forward to reading each of your posts, and how inpsired I am by the amount of wisdom you have gathered at so young an age. I particularly liked that you said that your greatest lesson was not to worry so much, that things have a way of working out if you let it happen. I am looking forward to meeting you at the party in Chadds Ford. Have a wonderful splash into the ocean! Denise Carr