Shay is a pretty different sort of character, whose current goals include building a hobbit home for himself. His freedom lies in nothing but his outlook on life and his ability to be content with the basics. He trusts in life in a way that is foreign to many of us.
Today, we are sitting under the stars, by a campfire. We are enjoying a simple life and chatting about our experience of it.
I like to surround myself who exude an energy of possibility and opportunity. Shay is one of these. An openness to different solutions and acceptance of change make him willing to try different lifestyle options. Comparing my own experience with Shay’s I am reminded of something Henry David Thoreau is credited with saying:
“It’s not what you look at that matters. It’s what you see”