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Sometimes the best things come when you least expect it Recently I was given the amazing opportunity to travel by car across country to LA Heading into the trip I had my mind set on the destination But as we went along I realized how traveling in ways you couldnt in a plane could change my entire outlook on life It not only taught me patience but it showed me the beauty of exploration and iinspired me in ways I had no way of knowingSometimes in order to see the beauty and be truly inspired you have to be patient While we loaded up the car early Monday morning I was already dreading the car ride I loaded all my electronics into the backseat and three minutes in I already had my ear-buds and had closed out everything around me It wasnt until a few hours later when I started seeing all the different landscapes Flat plains turned to hills hills grew to mountains and the mountains transformed into unimaginable rock formations The beauty was impossible to capture I quickly learned that things you think you only see on calendar pictures or national geographics can also be experienced if only you had the patience Vincent van Gogh once said If you truly love nature you will find beauty everywhere As this trip drew on thats exactly what I learned As the landscape changed around me I noticed how everything was a piece of art in itself The sky was a canvas stretched across the horizon and the ground was an ever-changing sculpture Instead of my ipod I was holding a sketchbook documenting as much as I could Just like that I saw the entire world through rose-colored glasses and mundane objects came to life The world took on a whole new beauty I had never seen before and suddenly I had a thirst to exploreAs the trip came
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