Let us look today and consider the journey.
In our modern fast paced world, we are forever trying to get to a destination.
The destination could be a certain lifestyle, finishing off a task or even just getting to bed at a reasonable time. We are forever trying to get things completed.
It can all seem a little overwhelming at times.
The desire to just be idle and have more time to appreciate what is around us.
Society dictates that we must be striving for the next shiny new thing. That could be a bigger house, a faster car or even just more money sitting in the bank doing nothing.
We lose track of the present moment by always focusing on a future which will never arrive. Life is only ever in the present moment.
And so this destination hunting distracts from the pure joy of the journey and it’s process.
The dog walk is all about the Journey. The ultimate destination of the dog walk is to either return to the car or back home. If this was our focus we should be taxi drivers or work from home consultants.
The dog walk is an escape from this fast-paced manic society. It is a place where time both slows down and flies by. You can read more about this concept by googling at the Flow State by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi.
Doggies: Bamse, Quila, Fridtjof, Leopold and Lexi
Doggies: Trassel, Baileys and Ellie
Doggies: Ilex, Sara, Samus and Wilma
Doggies: Pippi, Saga, Lucy and Lucy
Doggies: Sunny, Lottie, Lucy, Hedda and Milli
Doggies: Milli, Zappa, Fant, Memphis and Ville (2 walkers)
Doggies: Tex, Mari, Nola, Pippi and Ben
Doggies: Ferd, Simba, Freia, Jello and Zoe
Have a lovely evening with your doggies and we are back again in the morning for more dogwalking in Oslo nature.
Christina, Karianne, Linn, Veronica, Alex and Matt