When starting a journey, one plans more or less: itinerary, provisions, reparation tool kits, overnighting, and, as a thoughtSeeker, interviews with inspirational personalities.
What happens when something unexpected with massive impact hits and influences the expedition? What happens when the black swan happens? How prepared is one to deal with loss, for example?
In London, a city of 14 million people, where the legal system barely manages to manage, the city of video cameras and permanent surveillance, organized groups from the suburbs are stealing fast motorbikes to use them in planed stealing activities. It’s fast, they carry only what is valuable and police can’t chase them because of the high danger of potential accidents.
This is what happened to one of our motorbikes: got stolen in the middle of the night from the central part of London, obliging a third of our crew to fly back home on the spot.
What is a thoughtSeeker?
The observer and doer; the creative with a mission; the pursuer, the one who is thirsty for answers and never stops from questioning; the inquirer; the achiever with a meaning; the impacter; the messenger; the revolutionary; the idealist; the doer; the non-conformist. The flexible and the person consciously stepping out of the boundaries of one’s own comfort zone. It’s flexibility, dealing with the unpredictable, with loss and achievement and “treating these 2 impostors just the same” (Rudyard Kipling’s words). An outlier. A cultural creative. An original. It can be you, the one reading these lines, watching the videos. If you are here, most probably
You are a thoughtSeeker.