Updated: Jan 16
I have seen the golden walls of Jerusalem and walked barefoot up it's mount of olives
I have seen the peaks of Mount Fuji and felt its ravaging typhoons against my very skin.
I have seen the ancient hills of the Appalachians and drank the sweet waters of their rivers
I have seen the snowy mountains of America's West and slept under the stars of its sandy deserts
I have seen the far stretching bush of the Outback and was humbled by it's dangers
I have seen the oceans of this world and swam with aquatic creatures whose form seems almost alien.
I have seen the many crystal springs whose legends gave inspiration to immortal life.
I have seen the riches that great men and women have amassed and the poverty they have left in their wake
I have seen the pain of war and the anger which caused it.
I have seen countless temples and read the scriptures written within them.
Yet, no matter how much of this world I see, I still cannot see tomorrow.
And to me that is the greatest journey yet.