Julie Devereaux

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SENNEN, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 07: The sun sets over the sea looking towards Lands End viewed from Gwenver beach near Sennen Cove on February 7, 2011 in Cornwall, England. Like many parts of the UK Cornwall is currently enjoying milder weather after what has been one of the harshest winters on record. Normally, due to the effects of the Gulf Stream, winters in Cornwall are amongst the warmest in the country, meaning frost and snow are very rare at the coast and inland also. This winter however, the Gulf Stream - which brings warm air from the Caribbean and makes Cornwall's weather a lot milder than other places in the world at the same latitude, such as Newfoundland and means it has the UK's only area of sub-tropical climate - was diverted leading to arctic weather conditions. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

Have you ever thought of just chucking it all and taking off?

I think the daily grind is challenging for a lot of us and we barely give ourselves time to stop and look around, if even for a minute. I mean, let’s face it, we have to, at the very least, be able to keep ourselves and our families housed, warm and fed.

But, have you ever really wondered, “why am I here?”.

A friend of mine posted this and I just loved it and wanted to share. I hope you like it too.

 

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