Our Wander Life
Our Wander Life
The Modest Lifestyle Blog of a Wandering Soul

The Philosophy of a Wanderess  

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Quotes She Loves:


“I was an adventurer, but she was not an adventuress. She was a 'wanderess.' Thus, she didn’t care about money, only experiences - whether they came from wealth or from poverty, it was all the same to her.” ― Roman Payne, The Wanderess

“Never did the world make a queen of a girl who hides in houses and dreams without traveling.” ― Roman Payne, The Wanderess

“She was free in her wildness. She was a wanderess, a drop of free water. She belonged to no man and to no city.” ― Roman Payne, The Wanderess

 

What She Feels & What she knows


Less is always more.

Life is short & she respects the process, even though she doesn't always understand it and she isn't often quick to accept it.

She isn't afraid to make mistakes, admit when she is wrong, or take chances.

She believes life is worth living slowly and mindfully, fulfilling passions, not at all about making money she can't take along with her to the grave.

She strives to live a more ethical and sustainable life. Believes silence and neutralism is deadly. Justice is worth fighting for, even more so when it doesn't affect her specifically.  

She believes in something bigger than herself, her intuitions, that she is meant to love others, and that living just for herself was never worth her existence.

She understands that even though life can be devastating, the pain will one day be replaced by immense beauty.  

She longs to live up to all she is meant to one day become.

She believes she is meant to fulfill a life of meaning, even though it may never be reviled to her, or won't be found out until long after she is gone, she hopes making a difference in the world is her sole reason. 

Her life is constantly changing, evolving, drifting and flowing like running water down a neverending stream, she longs to breath change, growth, freedom, and she wouldn't have it any other way. 

As a child she told God the only thing she wanted out of life, was what He wanted for her.

As a woman she is made up of life experiences founded through pain, these experiences are what made her who she is today, and these are the things she believes truly matter, (anything else can be learned or taught in her mind, but you can't teach passion or empathy.) In her perfect world, these are things that would make up her resume, these are the things that would add value. 

In a modern world, often fast paced, shallow, and shortsighted, she ultimately desires to connect with other kindred spirits. 

This has become her space, leaving pieces of herself behind like breadcrumbs, as she wanders through life, she wants to look back fondly at all she has seen, done, become. 

Most importantly, she wants to leave it all behind. 

To be continued...