Up@dawn 2.0

Thursday, September 29, 2016


So as I tried to find something to write about or even a concept to ponder, I realized I had no ideas. None. Nada. Zip. Zero. This prompted me to take a short stroll outside and get some fresh air so I could contemplate how I was going to do this. Then it hit me nearly instantly. The energy in the air, the clear mindset while walking, the open pours of thought. Just by walking I came to this revelation and became a little ecstatic. Gros’s philosophy of walking really hit me that you can escape some kind of sense of routine and gather energy from the earth around us. Granted if you are walking around in a big city full of noisy people and you are in the center of some kind of negative energy then you really gotta re-evaluate where you want to walk.
            No matter the reason you walk: to go somewhere, to see someone, because you felt like it, or even to achieve some kind of cosmic balance; you know that it will be worth it in the end, but the actual action of walking can be taken for granted. Think about those who may not be able to enjoy the lovely strolls we can take either because they physically cant or some other reason.
(H2) Kyle Anteski


  1. Your post was such a good read! I agree with you on how walking can be energizing and feeling free to just get out in the air!

  2. I find it interesting that while deciding on a comment related to walking you walked I believe this is what philosophy is all about the whole point of the class.