#chopper #harley #project

Life is a mind boggling odyssey. An odyssey is an adventurous journey and that’s what living is all about if done right. Life is filled with adventure, and every day holds new and exciting possibilities unfolding around you. Even ordinary things can be adventurous if you approach them right and with interest and enthusiasm. Sometimes an experience that begins someplace over on the fucked up side will finish with you sitting on top the world. And that’s exactly what this bike is all about. I struggled throughout the build, but in the end this bike has taken me on some epic journeys. It is a truly a mind boggling odyssey

#chopper #harley #project

Life is a mind boggling odyssey. An odyssey is an adventurous journey and that’s what living is all about if done right. Life is filled with adventure, and every day holds new and exciting possibilities unfolding around you. Even ordinary things can be adventurous if you approach them right and with interest and enthusiasm. Sometimes an experience that begins someplace over on the fucked up side will finish with you sitting on top the world. And that’s exactly what this bike is all about. I struggled throughout the build, but in the end this bike has taken me on some epic journeys. It is a truly a mind boggling odyssey

Are you passionate about your life? Your job? Your hobbies? What are you passionate about? How do you incorporate those passions into your life?

These are important questions, questions closely linked to your happiness and contentment and personal growth. I’m a big proponent of doing what you’re passionate about, or “following your passion,” as it were, so much so that Ryan and I dedicated an entire chapter in our book Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life to finding and pursuing your passions. Unfortunately, these days there are many passion-misers running around the Internet promulgating an irresponsible view of following your passion. While these people are often filled with good intentions, the end result of their advice, of dropping everything to merely follow your passion, can prove to be disastrous.

Are you passionate about your life? Your job? Your hobbies? What are you passionate about? How do you incorporate those passions into your life?

These are important questions, questions closely linked to your happiness and contentment and personal growth. I’m a big proponent of doing what you’re passionate about, or “following your passion,” as it were, so much so that Ryan and I dedicated an entire chapter in our book Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life to finding and pursuing your passions. Unfortunately, these days there are many passion-misers running around the Internet promulgating an irresponsible view of following your passion. While these people are often filled with good intentions, the end result of their advice, of dropping everything to merely follow your passion, can prove to be disastrous.