If you’ve found your way to this blog, you probably like to test your wings. Soaring around trying new experiences, taking risks, and exploring is just what lifelong learners do.
But if you frequently embrace the thrill of flying, you’ve also known fatigue. Making discoveries often means getting lost and confused along the way, puzzling over how to integrate the new with the old, and figuring out who you are now that you’ve seen and heard and smelled and touched the world in a different way.
What you need is a rest.
And go! Take a look back at that old roof that offered you a refuge. You might want to come back to it. Or not. That’s the thing about flying: there’s always one more roof to give shelter and one more open sky.