If there’s one thing you begin to realize when living in a foreign country, it’s how much you have to be grateful for. Often times I try to avoid the ‘where are you from’ question and feel ashamed of it. But the truth is, I’m damn lucky. I’m so grateful for where I come from, the opportunities I’ve been given, my education, freedom and especially my passport that allows me to freely travel almost everywhere. A massive blessing so many people in the world will never know.
With this however, also comes some resentment and anger. What is wrong with the government in some places? Why can’t they do it too? Why can’t these people have clean water, a better school system, and financial stability like we so blindly take advantage of? It’s something so normal for us to have, we can’t imagine living without it. Everyday I continue to be humbled, grateful, and curious all at the same time. And that, is one of the best parts of experiencing new cultures that I will carry with me forever
Catching up on #weyogaforthecause as we help to build a middle school in Guatemala!
Day 2, 3 & 4 : forward fold, backbend & balance
We’re also supposed to share
Thank you beautiful hosts : @moonyogini @clarissa_mae_ @carreyia @gwenntaer
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