Some say that the journey is more important than the destination. I say both are significant! The journey is often what makes us appreciate the destination - if the destination is worth the journey! Wander! You'll find some great stuff!

WELCOME!

I ride a motorcycle. I try to ride a lot. That's not always easy in the Northeast. My favorite way to ride is with no set destination, making decisions at each intersection or fork in the road. It gives me a sense of freedom and opportunity for choice. Occasionally,  it's paid off big time with sweeping views, hair-tingling turns or a great place to eat. And then there are those times, oh, those nauseating times when a left should've been a right and I wind up where I don't want to be. A lot of times the turns I take lead me to places or roads that neither I nor my bike were made for. I'll tell more of "those stories" in upcoming posts.

This blog is a mixture of musing and coaching. Experience and mystery. Marvel and uncertainty. It's a way for us to ponder some of the deeper things of life. And in so doing, hopefully discover a sweeping vista or a hair-tingling turn more often than, "one of those places".

This isn't just about motorcycle adventures, it's about life adventures! Some of my best wanderings happened in my own yard! Wandering can take place in various ways, instantaneously. Board meetings, walking, in a hammock, it doesn't matter. We can feel guilty for some of the times we've drifted to a place where no one else resides, like that 2-hour staff meeting that just wasn't captivating. Perhaps, those are the magical moments where reality meets divinity? This is why we're here - to ponder the deeper things, the ethereal that often escapes us in the crush of daily living.

Please feel free to comment on any of the topics I post. I believe that we learn best in two ways 1) Personal discovery and 2) Community. I hope what I write sparks something in you and you have many, "Eureka, A HA!" moments. And in turn, you give by commenting and sharing what you've learned.

You can also privately email me at: peter@peterkeady.com. I'd love to hear from you!

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DTOM -  "Don't Tread On Me" - the Gadsden Flag, named after Colonel Christopher Gadsden of South Carolina who submitted the design to be flown by shipswas the symbol of the Colonies as they sought freedom from Britain during the Revolutionary War. 

The Timber Rattlesnake is only found in North America. The Timber Rattler was the favorite symbol of the colonies even before the Revolutionary War appearing as early as 1754 in the "Pennsylvania Gazette" by Benjamin Franklin as a divided serpent as seen below. 

The Timber Rattlesnake is only found in North America. The Timber Rattler was the favorite symbol of the colonies even before the Revolutionary War appearing as early as 1754 in the "Pennsylvania Gazette" by Benjamin Franklin as a divided serpent as seen below. 

If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go with others.
— African Proverb