You look for the next challenge, the next opportunity to get to a place where few can say they made it. It’s Not So High is the thought that tempers the nerves and squashes self doubt.
This design represents the idea that you can see the goal laid out in front of you, know what it takes to make it to the top but see that in the end anything is achievable. There will be hard work that you have to put in along the way, but when you get there, the view from the top, between the clouds will be worth it, and you can say “I did it”.
The mountain is a reminder that after the ascent you will enjoy the feeling of reaching the summit, feel proud of what you’ve done, and know that the pain, bumps and bruises it took to get you there was all part of the experience.
As you dream of what your summit looks like, postpone the reality of the climb and tell yourself “It’s not so high” knowing that when you make it you can take in the view, catch your breath and take what you’ve earned.
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