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STORY Share -- Meet@keren.vs.world

Story Share -- Meet@keren.vs.world

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"The reason I strive to inspire others to get out there and explore the outdoors, rests on the belief that exposure to different cultures and experiences, engenders positivity, acceptance, compassion and kindness-- Attributes I believe are key to making our world a better place."

"The reason I strive to inspire others to get out there and explore the outdoors, rests on the belief that exposure to different cultures and experiences, engenders positivity, acceptance, compassion and kindness-- Attributes I believe are key to making our world a better place."

Favorite place to visit?

Impossible to answer a specific place. I love beaches, underwater life, mountains, deserts, forests. A favorite is impossible to choose, though. It very much depends on my mood and whatever state of mind I am in.

Favorite place to visit?

Impossible to answer a specific place. I love beaches, underwater life, mountains, deserts, forests. A favorite is impossible to choose, though. It very much depends on my mood and whatever state of mind I am in.

What is your most memorable outdoor story?

Before I tell this story, I’d just like to say that this was a very dumb thing to do and I’ll never do it again. When I was in Nepal, I went on a trek with a few people, because I wanted to return a day early, I foolishly decided to make my way back by myself. So I got up very early, walked for 16 hours (if not more) and completed what’s meant to be a 3-4 day trek in a relatively short time and all on my own. This experience was insane and really had me thinking deeper than ever before.

What is your most memorable outdoor story?

Before I tell this story, I’d just like to say that this was a very dumb thing to do and I’ll never do it again. When I was in Nepal, I went on a trek with a few people, because I wanted to return a day early, I foolishly decided to make my way back by myself. So I got up very early, walked for 16 hours (if not more) and completed what’s meant to be a 3-4 day trek in a relatively short time and all on my own. This experience was insane and really had me thinking deeper than ever before.

Besides going on adventures and being outside, what are you passionate about?

The reason I strive to inspire others to get out there and explore the outdoors, rests on the belief that exposure to different cultures and experiences, engenders positivity, acceptance, compassion and kindness-- Attributes I believe are key to making our world a better place. I am passionate about the environment, social justice and very much enjoy writing short stories, poems and inspirational precepts..

Besides going on adventures and being outside, what are you passionate about?

The reason I strive to inspire others to get out there and explore the outdoors, rests on the belief that exposure to different cultures and experiences, engenders positivity, acceptance, compassion and kindness-- Attributes I believe are key to making our world a better place. I am passionate about the environment, social justice and very much enjoy writing short stories, poems and inspirational precepts..

If you had one tip for beginners getting into outdoor recreation, what would it be?

Being an “outdoors person” is not unique to certain individuals or personalities. We’re all children of nature and the outdoors has something for all of us. Moreover, it’s important to remember that we’ve all been blessed with innate survival mechanisms and instincts to help us cope with even the wildest of situations. Now, that’s not to say you should act irresponsibly, disregard all safety precautions and trust that everything will work out; but rather, meant to assure you that you’re more than capable of venturing outdoors, and also emphasize that (so long as this is your desire), it is your given *right* to absorb, be comforted and enlightened by everything the outdoors has to offer.

If you had one tip for beginners getting into outdoor recreation, what would it be?

Being an “outdoors person” is not unique to certain individuals or personalities. We’re all children of nature and the outdoors has something for all of us. Moreover, it’s important to remember that we’ve all been blessed with innate survival mechanisms and instincts to help us cope with even the wildest of situations. Now, that’s not to say you should act irresponsibly, disregard all safety precautions and trust that everything will work out; but rather, meant to assure you that you’re more than capable of venturing outdoors, and also emphasize that (so long as this is your desire), it is your given *right* to absorb, be comforted and enlightened by everything the outdoors has to offer.

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