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5/29/2008

Ascending up high in the heights of Andes Mountains

In 1953, the new Zealand Edmund Hillary and Norgay from Nepal were the first men to arrive to the top of the Mount Everest, the highest mountain of the Himalayas. They stuck some candies and a cross in the snow probably as religious tokens from both expediters parts (it's known that as an Oriental tradition people leave out some sweeties to their ancestors, and a cross is very much an Occidental symbol of faith+:) We all have our own mountains to climb, our own obstacles to overcome and places in our subconscious we need to explore, for our own hearts to conquer. Size really doesn't matter here, no contest, as much as WHAT or WHO we are supposed to reach to finally feel the conquest. We all have our own Everest to climb. And that's just sublime!:)
At the Andes Mountains
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