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Objectives are, insomuch as the name, objective. There’s little gray area. You accomplished a goal; you failed to accomplish said goal. Black and white. And in spite of the prevailing “A for Effort!” attitude of today’s society, it’s extremely important that we accept failures for what they are.
However, failure—in and of itself—need only be tied to objective qualifications. Where you can never fail, with the right mindset, is in the experience.
We went out into the High Sierra with a mission in mind. We failed to accomplish that goal. Categorically. Struck out 0 for 5. But at no point over those two days did any moment of the experience feel like a failure. We spent two rad days in one of the most beautiful slices of alpine in the country. We pushed our limits. Exceeded them. Learned from the best. Spoke about climbing and life and love and business and how every single one of them takes work—real work, hard work, Malcolm Gladwell ten-thousand-hour-rule kind of work—but each objective failure is a greater opportunity to grow as an individual, to learn something to teach the next generation, to learn something about ourselves.
We don’t control the experience inasmuch as our reaction to it. But that’s more powerful. We control the human experience. And from this, we always have the ability to look back at our plethora of experiences—all the objective successes and failures—and say, that was productive, I learned from that, that was a success.
I can’t even begin to fathom how beautiful and utterly lovely Greece is.
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بوظة w/ پشمک
(Booza w/ Pashmak)
New soon to open cafe with Syrian origins. Many many years ago they used to produce baklava in Damascus. Back to London where I've had the pleasure of visiting their first shop on Edgware Road for more than a decade. Their pistachio booza (Syrian ice cream made with mastic) in the London summer has always been a favourite. The Pashmak (Persian candy floss) on top adds so much to the taste and texture.
Great Syrian hospitality throughout all these years.