Life Lessons From a 7-Thousand-Mile Bike Ride | Short Film Showcase

41 thoughts on “Life Lessons From a 7-Thousand-Mile Bike Ride | Short Film Showcase”

  1. Respect from india , this has inspired to change my priorities in life , I am planning to take a 4000km bike trip across India

  2. you alright mate :),you just need a wife and 2 or 3 kids :))))) and you will discover the meaning of life 🙂 and discover that every day is different from the day before ……..

  3. I think so many problems in our American culture would be minimized or nonexistent if more people lived with this type of mindset…specifically the realization that the rest of the world is much different and there is more to life than what we see in American media and culture. Get out of those comfort zones and push the boundaries! Thanks for the inspiration

  4. I've just watched this video for the first time and I can honestly say I'm so thankful that I have. You see so much more of the world on a bike, and yes we only get 100 years on this planet, we have to make the most of it.

  5. Today In morning, I see this and leave job in One hour. I don't know what kind of the next days, but I'm happy….

  6. This is just a distraction, your real life is getting good education, a nice job, finding partner, having kids, paying bills and dying.

  7. I don't think the routine ruins life. Maybe the routine you hate does but the routine of waking up in a tent, getting on your bike, looking for a place to stop and eat, than for a spot to put your tent in for a night. That's also a routine, but how welcoming 😉

  8. Spinning your feet in a circular motion for 7000 miles is a routine so I’m not sold on your philosophy. Well done though it’s an incredible achievement.

  9. If you want to "change your brain chemistry" read "Letting Go The Pathway of surrender" by David R. Hawkins.
    But travel works great too! 🙂

  10. I am not sure what Jedidiah said but He like me so much because is a very, very good person … He is a director of "Invisible children" …
    I am very, very moved ( I almost cry) for this movie that is very, very beautiful for the beautiful music too.

  11. I like his perspective–this is what the settlers did e.g., Columbus and the Explorers. They lived an adventure.

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