As I was walking down this morning to a bus stop, I found myself looking all the time at my phone.
I’ve been living in Tel Aviv for the last 4 years.
I’ve been almost 1 year in my last apartment.
I know the area, I know these streets.
Why do I keep looking for instructions?
Why do I need something to guide me?
I stopped thinking about the map.
It was a moment of reflection.
As lesson I’m working hard to call it a “lesson learned”.
I said myself:
Own the journey.
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