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Muir Woods National Monument

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For most of the journey, we walked in silence.
The path was for the most part covered with huge trees, the wooden walkways were sometimes smooth and there was a unique and fragrant smell that especially characterised the forest.
As I was advancing I could hear the sound of my footsteps on the sodden land, the birds were quiet and drops of water was falling from the leaves, so it must be raining.


There, in the middle of the trees, it was easy to concentrate and let my imagination go to the limit, that is there really a limit?
I knew then that my answer was there. I would spend my life travelling all over the world through my dreams, telling my own story about how I see the world.
Now that I knew, a strong light fell on the green meadow, it might be a coincidence, but for me, it would be a sign.
I do not know how long I lay on the soft grass and small flowers …

Durante a maior parte do percurso, caminhámos em silêncio.

O caminho era, na maior parte, coberto por árvores enormes, os passadiços em madeira por vezes eram escorregadios e havia um cheiro único e perfumado que caracterizavam em especial a floresta.

À medida que avançava ouvia o som dos meus passos na terra ensopada, os pássaros estavam sossegados e caiam das folhas gotas de água, pelo que devia estar a chover.

Ali, no meio das árvores, era fácil concentrar-me e deixar levar a minha imaginação até ao limite, isto é, haverá mesmo um limite?

Soube, então, que ali residia a minha resposta. Passaria a minha vida a viajar por todos os cantos do mundo através dos meus sonhos, contar a minha própria história e como eu vejo o mundo.

Agora que sabia, uma luz forte caia sobre o prado verde, talvez seja uma coincidência, mas para mim seria um sinal.

Não sei durante quanto tempo permaneci deitada, por entre a erva macia, e as pequenas flores…

CREDITS: IMAGE AND TEXT THESCHEME617
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