Departing Thoughts – Link Tribe Collective

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It’s been a very sweet month of exploring and learning together bathed in the rich light of Baja.  We head home today and get ready to transition into the new semester.  As we had our final meetings, students shared six-word stories from the sea kayak section and also reflected on the whole experience.  The pervading theme was the joy of being a part of this community in this place and feeling so grateful for both.

fullsizerender-69“We have all known the long loneliness and the answer to loneliness is love and love comes with community.”  Dorothy Day
Six-Word Stories – Sea Kayak
“No bad days”. The Baja mantra
Bioluminescent waves make midnight peeing fun. img_7071
Expanding our horizons, not our walls.
Esmeralda, your courageous heart inspired us
Build the wall.  I’ll stay here.
Gratitude for Baja being our classroom
Seeing swells – this won’t go well.

fullsizerender-67Tireless strength moving through immortal thoughts.
 

Sand, paddle, salt, wind, sunset – repeat.
 

Sun blinding, waves crashing, love life
 

Ocean air, salty hair, no care

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Laughing lots, trusting more, fearing less

As different as earth and heaven

 

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The Link School provides the kind of quality academics that will help students engage, expeditions and projects that help students expand, service that help them look beyond self, and spiritual development that helps them deepen.
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1 Response to Departing Thoughts – Link Tribe Collective

  1. Kristin says:

    Simply beautiful! Love the six word stories as always!

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