Shut up and drive

Don’t go too slow. Always keep momentum. Look ahead to check you’re travelling in the right direction.

Don’t stop suddenly. Slow your pace down gradually.

You may not be moving straight, but as long as you’re moving in the right direction, that’s all that matters.

You may come across some bumps. Go over them if you have to, or avoid them completely.

Don’t get caught up with the world around you. As soon as you do, you lose your direction.

The path may not be clear, but when it is, more opportunities will arise.

It may not be a good idea to drive in winter, but sometimes, it’s the only option.


ENJOYED THIS? HAVE MORE.

MOUNTAINS OF WISDOM

Subscribe to my yamabushi newsletter

RECENT BLOG POSTS

brown wooden arrow signed
Standards and Boundaries
boys playing soccer during day
Play the whistle
man in suit jacket standing beside projector screen
My biggest pet hate as an interpreter

YAMABUSHI BLOG POSTS

Running in the rain
Mt. Chokai seen from Mt. Yonetaihei
Winter Hikes in Yamagata Prefecture
Covid-19 exposing Japan’s weaknesses (aka areas I can’t get used to)

RANDOM POSTS

Whose job is it to inspire the students?
Yura in Tsuruoka city seen from Mt. Arakura
Mountain Sakura Mountain: Arakurayama
Beware the Lulls
Tim Bunting Kiwi Yamabushi

Tim Bunting Kiwi Yamabushi

Get In Touch

Sakata City, Yamagata, Japan 

tim@timbunting.com

Share this:

Like this:

Like Loading...
%d bloggers like this: