Every journey is a journey inside. This movie is a great example of that with beautiful story telling, with ups and downs, dramas and excitements, laughs and cries. It's like a lifetime squeezed into 1.5 hours with everything that can be experienced.
Unfortunately not all of us have the courage to try something like they've done, yet everyone, regardless of their situation in life can relate to their experiences and emotions while going through the challenges they've faced throughout their journey.
When we are out of our comfort zones and we don't have a role to play like we do in our every day lives, we start to face with our fears, insecurities, emotions and until we find our true identity deep inside this process continues and that's what you can see in this movie with everyone's story and this could also inspire you to do the same, not as the exact same physical journey but a journey inside, which is more crucial than any other journey.
It's incredibly inspiring and touching, I'm so touched by it because although it might seem like pointless or an unnecessary risk to take to most people, to me it's probably the most meaningful thing a human being can do in life: to find your true self and inspire others to do the same. That's why we exist in the first place. Our careers, obligations, identities, the roles we play in everyday lives are things we should leave behind internally and that's what they did and it helped them to know themselves much better than before and find their true selves.
So I'm more interested in the inner journey they've gone through than the actual physical experience but they go hand in hand and the challenges we put ourselves in enable us to go through that inner journey, so I really appreciate their courage, their humbleness and their beauty in general.
Thanks so much for everyone who have contributed to this project and it's a pity that it's not well known as it deserves to be. And it's also an incredibly beautiful and inspiring example for all the women around the world, especially in the countries where women still suffer from man-dominated way of living conditions (pretty much almost the whole world).
Thanks so much to those beautiful women for having the courage to find themselves and inspiring us with this beautiful story. Namaste!