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True North, Following Your Direction

Within us is a part that calls, that says you’re not quite there, that you’re close, but you haven’t arrived. And that we never arrive, not fully. That we reach a resting point before we mount up again. If you have ever bush walked you’ll know that feeling when you reach the perceived summit only to realise that it’s a false one. It’s not a bad thing, not at all. You rest and redirect. It’s like a pull, magnetic in nature that says rest if you must because soon you’ll be off. And the rhythm continues of fail and succeed, rest and expel.

Follow your ridge, we’ll change direction at the next resting spot.

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