I’ve left Greenland, my family and friends to travel. I’ve packed clothes, a phone and a camera.
The world contains people I’m connected to spiritually and emotionally. Although many of these friendships were forged long ago, in my mind and memory they have endured.
I’m leaving behind a cushy daily routine in my beloved hometown Nuuk, to revisit friends, meet new ones, learn about their lives, and hopefully learn about myself.
This journey is perhaps most importantly a journey into myself. My one way ticket equals uncertainty. An uncertainty that forces me to trust myself, trust God, seek reflections of myself in others. I want to know the world, know myself through the heat generated by friction of interpersonal contact.
I’m determined to grip life by the arm and never let go. I have capacity, like any other person to foster unity, peace, love and brotherhood around me, and refuse to let life escape in useless pursuits of entertainment and pleasure.
How will my deepest inner secretive desires manifest themselves to the world? Can I overcome ego and self-interest?
Am I doing things right? Who am I?
I am an uncertain person on a journey towards certainty.
And I hope your path crosses mine along the way.