“ I want to share some impressions or rather some lessons learned at the safari with Jack.
1. “Slow down, white man!” – This one is maybe the most important lesson I learned. We tend to live our lives so fast, that we don’t take the time for the beauty happening around us the whole time.
2. “Lay the fire the bushman way” – For this you have to know, that the bushmen lay the firewood with one end into the fire not with the middle. Western people tend to put the middle in. We tend to “burn” our lives from the middle. We want to be in the middle of everything and lost the joy in the way to most things in our lives.
3. “Ahh, baboon trouble again” *laughing* – There are always circumstances and/or people in our lives, that do harm and we don’t understand why they are doing this. We get angry, and even more angry with time. We should rather let go and just repair the harm, have a good laugh about it and go on with life.
Thank you Jack for the quotes and most of all for the most beautiful and life-changing holiday. You have set the standards really high for my next holiday. ”
— MARTIN, BERLIN