I've watched this documentary called Maidentrip last week , so jealous of this girl called Laura. In a nutshell, she is the youngest person to circumnavigate the globe.
I've looked at the review in the iTunes store and most the reviews was of a positive nature. Then there are a few reviews that I cannot quite understand..
Saying that what Laura's parents allowed is child abuse and that this is no way a 15 year old should fend for herself. Not sure how this is child abuse. Laura received the ultimate gift from her parents at a early stage in her life. The gift of trust and support that anything you put your mind to is achievable. We would live in a better world if more people dream big and fail often, early in their lives.
The gift of trust and support that anything you put your mind to is achievable.
How can some people have such a lame outlook on life? People seem to forget that in many parts of the world 15 year olds are working, getting married, having kids and toiling the land.
I can only imagine how achieving what Laura accomplished at such a young age, will make anything seem possible to her during the rest of her life. Shouldn't we be looking to emulate these people that go against the grain of what's deemed normal?
Aren't we all born with some sense for adventure?