The following is from ‘Life of a Drifter’:
“I live for the journey, not the destination.
I see an end is a new beginning – a time to reflect on the ongoing adventure.
I’ve become a product of the environment I seek: the lessons I learned and the people I met.
Sometimes I live on the edge, the boundaries I know are the ones I pushed, the limits I reached and the goals I’ve achieved.
I only discover what’s possible by attempting the impossible.
I know nothing happen unless you make it happen.
I’ve done things the hard way and I often go the long way, but it’s always been my way.
I don’t live by routine or schedule. I go by feel and cross bridges when I get to them.
It teaches me to have faith, to trust my instincts and follow my nose.
If there’s no way then I’ll look for a way.
If there’s no path then I’ll try and make one.
It’s because on this path I find like-minded people. People who inspire me, guide me and bring out the best of me. And people become my friends.
I only respect for respectful people and judge no one by their assets.
If wealth is a measure of success, then I’m yet to succeed.
But money can’t buy determination nor can it be deposited into a memory bank.
I have a wealthy memory bank.
I’m built chasing dreams, revelling in the moment and living life as a drifter, a two-wheeled drifter.”
I couldn’t agree more.